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THE COURIER
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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in the
NEWS


EIMCTON

Take a last look at the
two candidates vying
for a spot on the city
commission.
PAGE 3


BERRY

Strawberry growers
saw record produc-
tion numbers this
year, but not record
profits.
PAGE 1s


BRIGGS


Life is full of both
blessed events and
dangerous.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE I


CLASSIFIED
PAGE 2

CROSSWORD
PAGE 24


FA


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com


When it comes to a serious
MILY LIVING train derailment in Plant City,
PAGE "It's not a question of 'if,' it is a
matter of 'when,'" said Gene
Shuler, Plant City Fire Rescue's
OPINION training supervisor.
PAGE 6 But fire rescue and police offi-
............... cials said they have plans in place
SPORTS should a disaster occur.
"We want to avoid all acci-
PAGE ) dents. But if it can happen, even-


tually it will," said Shuler,
paraphrasing the axiom com-
monly referred to as Murphy's
Law. "We have to be prepared for
every possible scenario. But
responding to a chemical spill is
a completely different exercise
from fighting a fire."
Like many areas around the
country, Plant City is a town
crisscrossed and intersected by
railroad lines. Passenger and
freight trains are constantly pass-


ing through with whistles blow-
ing and crossing lights flashing a
warning of coming rail traffic.
The March 15 derailment of
nine rail cars, part of a north-
bound CSX train 108 cars long,
could have been disastrous. Five
of the cars were filled with sulfu-
ric acid, one contained fluorosilic
acid and the other three were
filled with a form of concentrated
phosphate.
All of these compounds are


highly toxic. A spill of any magni-
tude could have caused
immediate health and safety haz-
ards, officials said.
There were no injuries and no
chemicals released in the derail-
ment. The nine cars derailed,
rolling upright in the CSX right of
way for about 200 feet, still cou-
pled to the train, before coming
to a stop. Train traffic in the area
See TRAIN, Page 19


WORSHIP


COMMUNITY WATCH


INmETRIBUNE Sexual Offender Purchases Wheeler Street Pet Store


Here's a preview of
what you II find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday.
[Q Bruton
Memonal Library
visitors can now"
bring their laptops
with wireless net-
work cards and log
onto the Internet.


NEIGHBORS VOICE
ANGER, CONCERN
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
A convicted sexual offender
has purchased a Plant City pet
store, leaving neighbors worried,
angry and wondering how the
system can allow it to happen.
Gary Mark Hicks, 35, bought
Pet City Center, 1103 N. Wheeler
St., on Feb. 17 from Carl Hall of.


Plant City, according to city
records. Hicks is a registered
sexual predator in
plthe state of Floridan
who recently moved
to 5311 Holly Berry
DetectivLane Ardein Dover.
Sof the t City PFlorida law
requires predators
to register their resi-
Hicks dences but not their
places of business.
Detective Arden "Art" Haggerty
,,of the Plant City Police Depart-


ment was out canvassing the
neighborhood on foot last week,
passing out fliers with Hicks'
conviction record and mug shot
to businesses and homeowners
closest to the pet store. He also
used a program similar to a
reverse 911-notification system
to call neighbors within a square
mile of the pet store to notify
them of Hicks' purchase.
"We're all very worried right
now," said Rebecca Cook, a
mother of three who, lives, a


couple of blocks away from the
pet store. "The man has a rap
sheet. That puts all three of my
children at risk.
"What gets me the most is that
this guy doesn't even have to reg-
ister here," Cook said. "Why
should our rights be less impor-
tant than his?"
Many families live in the neigh-
borhood, Cook said. Wilson Ele-
mentary School also is nearby, as
is a day care center.
, ...... See WATCH, Page.16


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
This CSX engine was used March.16 to remove nine'derailed chemical cars from the area north of East Calhoun Street after railroad
employees used a crane to place them back on the track. Nine full chemical cars were derailed but remained upright and coupled
following a derailment at about 9:45 p.m. op March 15.



Prepared For The Worst

Plant City's emergency responders say they're ready for train accidents,
especially those that involve hazardous materials.










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CALENDAR

FRIDAY
Kindergarten circus
Walden Lake Elemen-
tary School, 2800 Turkey
Creek Road, will host a
Kindergarten Circus April
I at 9 a.m. A schoolwide
program will be performed
by the kindergarten stu-
dents as the culmination
of a monthlong study of
the circus.
Call: 757-9433.

Puppet show
Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 MNcLendon St..
will offer a puppet show,
"Where the Wild Things
Are," April 1 at 3:30 p.m.
Tickets are free, space is
limited.
Call: 757-9215.

SATURDAY
Children's fun festival
A children's fun festival
is slated for April 2 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community Col-
lege's Plant Citr campus.
1206 N. Park Road.
Call: 752-1683, after 3
p.m.
Yard sale
Living Waters Four-
square Church, 602 S.
Evers St., will host a yard
sale at Alabama and Evers
streets April 2 from 7 a.m.
to 1 p.m. No early arrivals.
Call: 719-2727.

Fatherhood workshops
Fatherhood workshops
will be offered April 2 at
the Hillsborough Commu-
nity College City Campus,
1206 N. Park Road in the
Florida Studies Building.
The event runs from 8
a.m. to 3:45 p.m. and
includes a continental
breakfast, various work-
shops, lunch and enter-
aiunment.
There is no charge for
the workshops sponsored
See CALENDAR, Page 21


Election 2005

Here is a look at the two candidates vying for Mayor Mike Sparkman's Group 4
city commission seat. Sparkman announced earlier this year that he would not
run for reelection. City commissioner Bill Dodson is running unopposed for the
commission's Group 3 seat.


Brown Wants To

Take Community

Service To Next Level

TOUTS LEADERSHIP,
ACCOUNTING TALENTS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
As a Boy Scout, Robert Brown picked up a
motto that he said sums up his reasons for run-
ning for the city commission: "Leave every place
better than you found it."
He wants to do the same for Plant City.
"This community has been very good to me,"
Brown said. "This is something I feel very quali-
fied to do, and it's a way to give back to the com-
S- munity."
Brown, 45, is executive vice pres-
ident and treasurer at Sunshine
State Federal Savings and Loan in
Plant City. He said he'd been con-
sidering a bid for city commission
k for several years, and that friends
also had asked him to run.
Brown A native of Washington, D.C.,
and a Plant City resident for 20
years, Brown and his wife, Wendy, moved to the
area when she was pregnant with their youngest
child, Pamela.
He said his administrative experience and
accounting knowledge he is a certified public
accountant would help him as a commis-
sioner, as would his leadership skills gleaned as
a chairman of the Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce.
In what has become a familiar mantra for
commission candidates, Brown said, "Clearly,
growth is the No. 1 issue facing Plant City."
"The question will ultimately be, do we want
a community that looks like Brandon, that's
been hodgepodged together without planning,
or do we want a community like we already
have in Plant City, albeit larger, that still has the


Exercise Your
Right Early,
If You Like
Residents have the
option to vote early for
the upcoming city commis-
sion election and this time
can vote at locations out-
side the city.
Early voting continues
through April 4 for the race
between Liesta Sykes and
Robert Brown, who are
running for the seat being
vacated by Mayor Mike
Sparkman.
Here's a rundown of the
locations and times they
are open:
City Hall, 302 W. Rey-
nolds St., from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30-p.m. Monday through
Saturday.
Elections Service
Center, 2514 Falkenburg
Road in Brandon, 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday.
Fred B. Karl County.
Center, 601 E. Kennedy
Blvd., Tampa, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
On Election Day, April 5,
polls will be open at city
hall from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Sykes Would Focus

On Quality Of Life,

Family Issues

MORE NEEDS THAN JUST
GROWTH PLANNING
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Sure, running government like a business has
its advantages.
But that shouldn't be the city commission's
only consideration, said Liesta Sykes. She asserts
that she is the candidate to make sure city
government is people-friendly, too,
"My honest feeling is that there is enough of a
business-focused government," Sykes said. "I'd
-like to see a government that's
turned back toward the people of
Sthe community."
She said she could help do that if
she replaces Mike Sparkman for the
city commission's Group 4 seat.
"I think that people want some-
one to be real and work for them
Sykes and with them," she said. "They
don't want someone just to repre-
sent them, but someone who can communicate
with them and understand their needs.
"I feel I'm approachable. I'm a people person,"
she said.
Sykes said Plant City politics has tended to
favor those anointed by Plant City's elite and
that she would be a break from that tradition.
"We can be a better city if we give everybody a
chance," she said.
Sykes agreed that preparing for the city's
impending growth spurt should be at the top of
the priority list, but said it should not be the sole
priority.
"I'd like to see the quality of life remain so that
it's still a good place to raise a family," Sykes
said.
Born and raised in Plant City, Sykes has worked


See BROWN, Page 17


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Dicks seeks mayoral position
City Commissioner John Dicks, who was unopposed in his candidacy to
return to the Group 1 seat, will start his third term as commissioner in
June. Dicks announced March 28 he will also seek the position of mayor
when Mike Sparkman steps down from that post in June. Dicks previously
was mayor in 1999-2000. Each year the mayor is selected by other city
commissioners.



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PLANT CITY DIGEST

Festival Hasn't Decided On
Buses For Next Year
Rose White expressed surprise
when she boarded the coach bus in
the Florida Strawberry Festival's gray
parking lot during the event earlier
this month.
"I didn't know we were going on a
trip," she said, laughing, to her
husband, William.
The couple, visiting the festival
from New Smyrna Beach, were among
thousands who took advantage of the
luxury buses to get to and from their
cars. The buses were a new addition
this year, replacing the tractor-pulled
trams that have been a mainstay at
the festival for years.
Festival manager Patsy Brooks said
she heard mostly positive feedback -
about the buses, though she added
many Plant City locals who volunteer
at the festival thought the trams were
part of the festival's flavor.
Brooks has said the festival made
the change because the buses would
be more comfortable for patrons and
because leasing the buses and drivers,
to the surprise of those patrons The
Courier interviewed last week, also
saved the festival money.
Brooks said a decision has yet to be
made about whether the buses will
return next year.
"We'll look for what's best for the
festival," Brooks said..
Liz Witham of Palm Harbor said she
missed the trams as she waited for the
bus to take her back to her car.
"It think it's part of the fair experi-
ence," she said. "The people were
excited to get on the trams. These
(buses) are nice, though."
"Too nice," added Witham's friend
Harold Snitzler, agreeing that the
buses seemed a little out of place at a
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Hostess Mary Ann Paris, right, rides
on one of the coach buses along with
festival patrons. The buses were a new
addition to the festival, replacing the
tractor-pulled wagons to ferry people
to and from the parking lots. Reaction
to the change was mixed.

another reason for liking the trams:
"So many things change, it's nice to
have something stay the same."
Diana Ballinger said it wasn't just
the trams that made her like them
more, but their drivers.
"They were friendly and funny and
you don't get that now," Ballinger
said.
But William White, as he sat back in
the plush seat of the coach bus, said
he'd take comfort over character any
day. Though he hadn't ever ridden the
festival's trams before, he said, "I
know what a tram is and I vote for
this."

Relay Preparations
In High Gear
The seventh annual Plant City Relay
for Life is fast approaching and
organizers are hoping Plant City
residents will once again step out to
help fight cancer and reach a lofty
See DIGEST, Page 20





MAR 'i, O1*3j$' O


Growth Issues Continue To Dominate


CITY COMMISSION APPROVES

MAP AMENDMENTS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Issues of annexation and growth
continue to dominate city commission
meetings.
A large part of the agenda March 28
saw commissioners listening to staff
presentations, with concurring and
dissenting public comment, regarding
zoning issues being forwarded to state
agencies for review.
This is the first phase, or adoption,
of the city's comprehensive plan
amendments for the first half of 2005.
The plan details how the city can
develop and where, setting different
zonings and terms for development.
Map amendments regarding 849
acres, consisting of eight separate par-
cels, and with 249 acres presently
within the city limits, were considered
for changes in zoning before the
amendments are sent to Tallahassee
for review.
Twice a year the city commission is
asked by the city and county planning
and zoning departments to approve
map amendments to be sent to the
Florida Department of Community
Affairs. Map amendments sent to the


state in April will be returned in August,
with recommendations, for final
approval.
The same process is repeated on
other properties between November
and February. The entire process
makes several agencies responsible for
growth within the state, with checks
and balances used.
The largest parcel considered March
28 was city-owned property consisting
of 363 acres referred to as the McIn-
tosh Tract. The property is north of the
city limits, south of Knights Griffin
Road and east of Paul Buchman High-
way.
The property, already proposed for
annexation into the city, is presently
zoned for one residential dwelling per
acre. The city is requesting that it be
approved, with annexation, as suitable
only for recreation, open space and
natural preservation.
The Midway Tract, a privately-
owned parcel of 183 acres bounded by
Interstate 4, and Sam Allen, Wilder and
Charlie Taylor roads, is presently
zoned for one residential dwelling per
acre. The owners are seeking four
residential dwellings per acre and
natural preservation.
. A 64-acre piece north of Knights
Griffin Road, east of Paul Buchman
Highway, called the Carlton Tract, is
also zoned as one residential dwelling


per acre. The owner is seeking a zoning
that will permit four dwellings per acre
and natural preservation. The
property, historically used as a cattle
ranch and orange grove, is being con-
sidered for annexation.
A small tract, less than 10 acres, is
waiting approval for annexation and is
in the final phase of map amendments.
The parcel, referred to as the Ham
Tract, will act as a connecting piece
that will allow the city limits to grow
north beyond Knights Griffin Road to
Hunter Road. City property must be
continues through the county in order
for annexation to occur.
The commissioners have to consider
the requests for all zoning changes in
the map amendments before they are
forwarded to Tallahassee.
"We will see these particular propos-
als again in August," said Mayor Mike
Sparkman. "If the state agencies see a
problem with the changes or land use
designations, they will let us know. A
final approval will be made by us in
August and hopefully the process will
allow us some control over the types of
growth seen in the city."
Some negative opinion by city staff
and the public was voiced concerning
a 1-acre parcel being considered for
commercial zoning on East Alsobrook
Street. The area has been traditionally
used as a commercial site since the


1940s, former city manager Phil Wal-
dron pointed out. But a land-use des-
ignation in 1989 identified the city's
intention of changing the property use
back to residential.
Whether the property is best used as
residential or to remain commercial is
now being contested. Waldron is rep-
resenting one of five land owners who
is seeking to change the zoning from
residential to commercial. The com-
mission voted unanimously to desig-
nate the parcel as commercial at this
time, with a possibility that it could
change the property to residential in
August.
In other action:
City Manager David Sollenberger
was back in city hall March 29 after a
fainting spell at the YMCA during a
workout Monday morning.
Approval was given for the city
manager to negotiate with a proposed
buyer the sale of the former Farm
Store property on East Baker Street.
The land was purchased by the city for
about $325,000 in 2000 as a possible
location for a new police department.
The city has announced a new
provision that will give employees up
to three days of leave with pay in the
event of a death in the immediate
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LEITIERS TO THE EDITOR


LETTER OF THE WEEK

Treat every day like Easter
Have you ever wondered why there is so much
hate and hostility in the world?
Every time you turn on the television, listen to the
radio, or read the newspaper, mankind's hatred in
this world is evident. Sexual predators abuse and
murder our children, school kids shooting their
classmates, combatants kill or maim one another in
Iraq, terrorist behead the blameless and suicide
bombers slaughter the innocent, Palestinians and
Israelis struggle to annihilate one another, nuclear
proliferation and man's search for the ultimate
killing machine threatens us all.
Last Sunday many of us celebrated Easter and the
resurrection of the Christian savior, Jesus Christ. But
what does that Easter event tell us about man's hate
in this world?
It tells us that because of man's failure life has
been hell on this Earth for millions. Yet for all our
secular struggles, for all our religious angst, people
of good will of every faith still keep trying to make
this world a better place.
So as we celebrated Easter and recognize Christ's
resurrection and his promise, we embrace one
another and dare to dream about peace on Earth.
If only it were that way every day.
Jerry Lofstrom
Plant City


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VOTE ROBERT P. BROWN

FOR PLANT CITY COMMISSIONER


Business Leader
* 20 Year Executive Officer Sunshine State Federal
* Plant City Chamber of Commerce Chairman, 1998
Community Leader
* Plant City Kiwanis Club President, 2000-2001
* Children' Board of Hillsborough County Chairman, 1991-1994
* United Way of East Hillsborough Chairman, 1989-1990
Church Leader
* First Baptist Church of Plant City
* School of Music and Arts Chairman
* Investment Committee member (former Chairman)
* Promise Land Investment Committee Vice-Chairman
Education: Sarasota High School, 1977
AA, Manatee Junior College, 1979
BA, Accounting, University of South Florida, 1981


Professional Achievement:
CPA Certification, State of Florida, 1983
Professional Organizations:
American Institute of CPA's
Florida Institute of CPA's
Financial Managers Society (former Chapter President)
Volunteer and Community Service:
IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
Boy Scouts of America: Cubmaster, Pack 733,1994-1995:
Former Unit Commissioner and District Vice Chairman;
Proud Father of Eagle Scout, Andrew Brown
Kiwanis Club of Plant City, Chairman Youth Services
Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Plant City,
Charter President, 1989-1990
First Baptist Church of Plant City, member since 1995


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ENGAGEMENTS

Nufiez-Bedgood
Emma Nufiez of Tucuman,
Argentina, announces the
engagement of her daughter,
Norma Beatriz "Betty," to Tim
Bedgood of Lakeland, the son
of the late Bob and Marji Bed-
good.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the National University
of Tucuman.
The prospective groom
attended the University of
South Florida and is a
professional photographer.
An April 17 wedding is
planned.

Mallalieu-Quarterman
Frank and Sally Mallalieu of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Bonnie Megan, to Charles
"Chase" Palmer Quarterman
Jr. of Austin, Texas. He is the
son of Charles P. and Millie
Quarterman of Jackson, Miss.,
and the grandson of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sulli-
van and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
L. Quarterman of Jackson.
The bride-elect is a 1999
graduate of Plant City High
School; graduated summa
cum lade in 2003 from Missis-
sippi College with a bachelor's
degree in foreign language
and international trade; and
will receive a master's in May
from the University of Mem-
phis.
She is the granddaughter of
Lucille Bass Schmidt of Kis-
simmee and the late Dr. J.Z.
Schmidt, and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mallalieu Jr.
The prospective groom is a
1999 graduate of the Jackson


Tim Bedgood and
Norma "Betty" Nufiez


Charles Quarterman Jr. and
Bonnie Mallalieu
Preparatory School and a 2003
graduate of Mississippi Col-
lege, where he earned a degree
in graphic design. He is cur-
rently working toward a mas-
ter's degree irn advertising at
the University of Texas in
Austin.
A May 21 wedding is
planned at 2 p.m. at Provine
Chapel on the campus of Mis-
sissippi College in Clinton,
Miss.


WEDDINGS


BETTY'S PLACE


Blessed News And Sound Advice


More blessed events
Folk art is close to my heart.
My grandfather was a folk
artist. And Plant City is
blessed to have Ruby Williams
of Bealsville helping preserve
the traditional culture of
Florida through her artwork.
She has just received a Florida
Folk Heritage Award, recog-
nizing her contribution to our
cultural heritage through folk
painting.
She will receive this special
award April 6 in Tallahassee.
Congratulations to a wonder-
ful woman.

Honors graduate
William Roderick O'Connor
will graduate in May from the
University of South Florida
with a degree in finance and
has received an invitation to
join the Beta Gamma Sigma
honor society. The invitation
is extended to only the top 10
percent of the business and
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BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


management students.
He is the son of Bill and
Debby O'Connor of Plant
City. In addition to attending
USF, Rod works full time for
Progressive Insurance.
Good luck to a scholarly
and progressive guy.

Spreading blessed events
I think a lot of people are


glad spring is here.
Some are treating them-
selves to vacations; others are
spring-cleaning (I just gave
four overstuffed bags to
Goodwill after riding them in
my car for several weeks).
Many families are getting
ready for graduations and
even some are anticipating or
welcoming new babies and
pets.
There are those, too, who
are mending from things life
has thrown their way. I like to
think of almost everything as
a blessed event, even if that
blessing is hidden in this
lifetime. Last week someone
asked me how I liked writing a
gossip column and I felt I had
to defend it, saying, "It's really
not about gossip, but about
blessed events."
I can tease my neighbors
about loud music, noisy kids
or their cats lounging on my
See BRIGGS, Page 14


Salmon-Hopkins
James Harnson Hopkins
and Sheyla Natacha Salmon
were married March 22 at Riv-
erhills Country Club.
The double-ring ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Carl Hemphill.
The bride is the daughter of
Carlos Salmon and Liliana
Salmon.
The groom is the son of
James Hopkins and Kathryn
Hopkins.
The bride was given away by
her parents.
Matron of honor was Ly
Bibiana Salmon-Spencer,
sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Carla
Salmon and Sara Gualtieri,
sisters of the bride, Alex Simp-
son and Maria Salmon, cous-
ins of the bride, and Monica
Rodriguez, friend of the bride.
The groom was attended by
best man Jarrod Scott, friend
of the groom, and groomsmen
Bobby Griffin, Jody Morgan,
Heath Scott, Andy Davis and
Kevin Komassa.
Ring bearers were Carlos
Proafno and Michael Gualtieri.
Flower girls were Camille
Spencer, Tabitha Spencer,


Sheyla and James Hopkins
Talia Gualtieri and Amanda
Proafio.
Ushers were Gary Hopkins,
brother of the groom, and
Louis Gualtieri, brother-in-
law of the bride.
The reception followed the
ceremony at Riverhills Coun-
try Club.
The bride is a physician and
the groom is a computer engi-
neer.
Following a wedding trip to
Ecuador the couple is at home
in Plant City.


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


CLUB NOTES


Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver
safety class will be offered
April 20-21 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Rainbow Ball
sponsor deadline today
The deadline for sponsor-
ship for the 18th annual
Rainbow Ball is March 31.
The event, a fundraiser for
the Child Abuse Council, is set
for April 9 at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: Jennifer McGeorge,
Child Abuse Council, 673-
4646, Ext. 225.

YMCA yard sale
The Plant City Family YMCA
and Youth Extension Site,
1507 YMCA Place, will host a
yard sale April 23-24.
Call: 757-6677.

Sun 'N Fun seeks
accommodations
Private housing is needed
for participants of the Sun 'N
Fun Fly In, which is slated for
April 12-18.
Spare bedrooms, apart-


ments, condominiums,
mobile homes and RVs are
needed. Call: Delores, 644-
2431, Ext. 197.

Moral Courage Awards
nominations
Hillsborough County com-
missioners are now accepting
nominations for the 14th
annual Moral Courage Award,
given to honor an outstanding
individual or group who has
demonstrated exceptional
ethical behavior and moral
courage.
Nominations are due by 5
p.m. May 6. The forms are
available by calling the Citizen
Action Center at 272-5900,
and from the county's Web
site at www.hillsboroug-
hcounty.org. Anyone may
submit a nomination and all
residents of Hillsborough
County are eligible to receive
the award.
Commissioners created the
Moral Courage Award in 1992
to recognize individuals and
groups who have "coura-
geously challenged
government actions for the
betterment of the county and
its citizens," and demon-
strated "the willingness to take


a moral/ethical stand against
decisions of government."
The Citizens Advisory Com-
mittee will review the nomi-
nations and recommend a
finalist to the county commis-
sion.
Call: 272-6698.

Cleanup event s
eeks volunteers
Keep Hillsborough County
Beautiful needs volunteers for
its 12th annual Great Ameri-
can Cleanup slated for April
16.
The event takes place from
8:30 a.m. to noon at locations
throughout Hillsborough
County. Last year, more than
1,319 volunteers collected
107,794 pounds of trash.
Call: 960-5121.

Music, arts school
First Baptist Church School
of Music and Arts is now
accepting enrollment for its
spring semester.
The school offers private
lessons in piano, strings, voice,
guitar, drums, woodwinds and
brass. There also is a group
drama class that will present
the play "All the World's a
Stage" Call: 752-4104.


Woman's Club meets
The Woman's Club of Plant
City will meet April 12 at the
clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler
St.
A social hour at 10:30 a.m.
will be followed by the meet-
ing at 11.
RSVP: 752-7778.

Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans its Salute
to Broadway luncheon April 5
at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club. The
cost is $11.
The luncheon will feature
speaker/vocalist Renee
Mathis.
For reservations and com-
plimentary nursery, call
Dorinda at 764-8385; Dinah at
717-9127; or e-mail dori-
card@msn.com. Reservations
and cancellations necessary.

Florida A&M
Alumni Association
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association
Plant City Chapter meets
every fourth Monday at 6:30
p.m. at Mount Moriah Mis-
sionary Baptist Church, 911 E.
Warren St.


Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1995
The Plant City High School
Class of 1995 will have its 10-
year reunion June 11 at Jack-
son's on Harbour Island in
downtown Tampa.
If you have information, or
would like to find out more
about the reunion, call her at
754-3703 or e-mail jodi.smit-
h@baycare.org.

PCHS Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will host its 40-
year reunion June 10-11.
Classmates are asked to call
Peggy Gibbs at 754-1092 with
their current address and
phone numbers.

PCHS Class of 1990
The Plant City High School
Class of 1990 will celebrate its
15-year reunion June 24-25.
An "Adult .Night Out" is
planned for Friday at Lone
Palm Golf Club in Lakeland.
A family picnic is planned
for Saturday at Springhead
Park.
Information: Lori, 478-3886;
or e-mail PCHS1990@tamp-
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 752-3113.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doer: 5. Dover Rd & Downing St.
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura ft.
"52-'389
Mount Olite: 1113 W. Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
"3"-2628

APOSTOLIC
.isamblea .postolica:
1501 (olson Rd, "-3-196
.Apostolif Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds., "-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithia. 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harne' Rd,
Thonolosassa. 986-5'"!
Calarn, Fellowship:
1110 A. Gordon St, '52-5005
Dover First: SR 5'4 & Pettie Rd,
689-0313
Faith Temple: 1-i at Hillsborough-
Polk County line. "52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 A. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
FortAlafta: Corner of South Hwy. 39
& Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount Zion:
1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County Line Rd, 754-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, 737-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
754-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,.
Lithia, 737-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-2875
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keysville Rd,
737-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
737-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mcintosh


& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-.346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. '54-6661
First Baptist Church of Miduav:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-PinecrestRd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonolosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W. Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,
752-4972
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,.
754-5278
Mount Moriab Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Morlah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwoodi AirportRd 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W. Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Wbilehurst Rd, 754-5405
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mclntosh Rd, N of SR 5"'

CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900

Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lordn
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
CovillaRd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. Mclin Ave.


Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, "54-383
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary School.
657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. '64-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian Orthodox
Church: 3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal Church
of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 2yler St, 754-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
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DEATHS


Gospel sing at Mount Zion
A gospel sing featuring The
Duncan Family from Seffner
and The Caraways from Plant
City is set for April 1 at 7 p.m.
at Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa
Road.
Call: 752-1614.

Gospel quartet
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will host the Royal
Aires Quartet April 2 at 7 p.m.
Call: 737-1224.

Church of God of Prophesy
plans gospel sing
Church of God of Prophesy,
11607 Grovewood in Thonoto-
sassa, will host a gospel sing
featuring The Spiritual Ser-
vants and others April 2 at 7
p.m.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

'The Passion'
Church on the Rock, 301 E.
Alsobrook, will host a free
public showing of Mel Gib-
son's "The Passion of the
Christ" April 3 at 6 p.m. Child
care and nursery provided.
Call: 752-3740.

'Jews for Jesus'
Greg Savbitt of "Jews for


Jesus" will speak April 10 at
the 8:15 and 10: 15 a.m. wor-
ship services at First Baptist
Church of Dover, 3223 Gal-
lagher Road.
Call: 719-2273.

First Presbyterian
schedule changes
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds
St., announces a change in
schedule for Sunday morn-
ings. Sunday school now
begins at 9 a.m. rather than 9:
30. The worship service will be
from 10 to 11 a.m. Commu-
nion is celebrated the first
Sunday of each month.
Call: 752-4211.

St. Peter's Episcopal
St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 302 N. Carey St.,
announces the following
schedule:
Christian fellowship:
"Wonderful Wednesday" din-
ners, Wednesdays at 5:45 p.m.;
women's Bible study, Sundays
at 5 p.m.; St. Peter's Youth
Group, Sundays at 4 p.m.
Music: children's choir
rehearsal, Wednesdays at 6:15
p.m.; Angelus Bell Choir
rehearsal Wednesdays at 7
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Bullington
Lucille C. Bullington, 85, of Plant City died
March 16.
She was born in Plant City and returned here
from Seminole in 1985.
She was a cook for Bay Pines Veterans Affairs
Hospital and attended Shiloh Baptist Church.
She is survived by a son, Gene of Plant City; a
daughter, Margie O'Brien of Sacramento,
Calif.; a brother, A.C. Cathron of Plant City; a
sister, Dorothy Boone of Plant City; eight
grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Haggard
Ernest U. Haggard, 85, of Lithia died March
17.
He was born in Marshall, Ark., and moved to
Lithia from Bradley Junction.
He worked in maintenance for Agrico Chem-
ical and was of the Pentecostal faith.
He is survived by his wife, Effie C.; a son, Vir-
gil E. of Lithia; a sister, Beulah Hawkins of
Walker, La.; two grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Mercer
D.J. Mercer, 84, of Seffner died March 20.
He was born in Albany, Ky., and moved here
from there 75 years ago.
He was a conductor for Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad aboard the Silver Meteor.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II
and was a member of United Transportation
Union Local 15062.
He is survived by a son, Gary of Seffner; four
grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Rawls
Joe P. Rawls, 82, of Plant City died March 16.
He was born in Tampa and was a lifelong
resident of eastern Hillsborough County.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II,
the Korean War and the Vietnam War. He
received a battlefield commission in Korea,
and was awarded the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf
Cluster, Army Commendation Medal and the
Purple Heart.
He worked for the U.S. Postal Service, retiring
in 1972.
He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; three sons,
Richard of Plant City, Stephen of Dover and Joe
Henry of Willow Oak; two daughters, Marilyn
Grassmuck of Fairfax Station, Va., and Deborah
Yound of Oshkosh, Wis.; four sisters, Sarah
Dean, Carol McBee, Mary Katherine Bellis and
Madeline Anderson; 13 grandchildren; and
nine great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Robison
Richard L. Robison, 64, of Plant City died
March 21.
He was born in Knights Station and was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
He was a diesel mechanic and a member of
Sons of Confederate Veterans and Moose
Lodge 1668.
He is survived by his wife, Donna; a son,
Richard L. Jr. of New Hampshire; stepsons
Donald Blackston, Randy Blackston and Fred
Blackston; a daughter, Rebecca Bullock of Ala-
bama; three stepdaughters, Mildred Yawn,
Jannie Ungar and Dale Reynolds; a brother,
Larry of Homosassa Springs; a sister, Linda
Bynum of Durant; three grandchildren; and a
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INFECTION SIDELINED
ATTORNEY
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
James L. Redman, an attor-
ney in Plant City since 1958,
plans to be at his office on
North Collins Street this week,
returning on a part-time basis
after a two-week hiatus due to
an intestinal infection.
Redman was hospitalized at
South Florida Baptist Hospital
for 10 days, starting March 18.
Redman said he contracted a
sepsis infection following a
routine bladder exam on
March 17.
Redman, 73, has been fight-
ing multiple myeloma, a
recurring cancer that attacks
bone marrow tissue, for the
last 26 years. His chemother-
apy treatments have been
especially difficult of late, Red-
man said, causing him debili-
tating pain and discomfort.
This recent bout with infec-
tion has been especially drain-
ing.
Redman wanted to return to
his office to work March 28,
but his hospitalization has left
him in a weakened state.
"I'm definitely not a quit-
ter," Redman said of the strug-
gle. "I've got too many things
to do."
Redman's doctor told him
many years ago that he has
survived his particular form of
cancer longer than any other
person. Redman continues to
stay upbeat about it. His
determination to beat the
cancer and his latest health
problems have not robbed
him of his sense of humor.
As an example, during his
hospitalization it was


Lawyer Jim Redman, who has practiced in Plant City since 1958 and is a former state
representative, was recently hospitalized for 10 days to treat an intestinal infection.


determined that Redman was
in need of a blood transfusion
to help him fight the infec-
tion.
"I asked them who the
blood would be coming from,"
Redman said. "When they told
me they wouldn't know, and
that I didn't need to be worry-
ing over whose blood it was, I
told them to get it from my
family. And that is what they
did."
Redman said his son-in-law
Andy Knotts and Redman's
youngest daughter, Jeanne
Knotts, donated the O-posi-
tive blood. Redman said that if


he suddenly had a desire to
buy a new car, like Andy, or be
one-half hour late for all of his
appointments, like Jeanne,
there would be no question
what had come over him.
"He might be late," his
daughter said, "but he will
.have more fun while he is
there than anyone else."
"I received great care while
in the hospital," Redman said.
"That is one of the benefits of a
local hospital. We are all fam-
ily there."
Redman is a little more than
family to South Florida Baptist
Hospital. Last year a hospital


news release said the Red-
mans donated a large amount
to help in the construction of
the hospital's new emergency
center. Redman and his wife,
Ruby Jean, are active in many
local charity events.
The Redman name on the
hospital emergency center
may represent their sizable
contribution but hospital offi-
cials said it could just as easily
represent their years of dedi-
cation to the hospital's contin-
ued success.
Redman was elected as the
director of the hospital in
1964.


"Our three children were
born there," Ruby Jean Red-
man said. "And most of our
grandchildren."
"The hospital chef asked me
if I wanted anything special
while I was in this time," Jim
Redman said. "I told him I
wanted the same menu every-
one else was getting. But I
knew there food here is very
good, or I would have ordered
out."
Redman also said that even
though his nurses were from
New York, Pennsylvania, India
and Lakeland, and they didn't
know him from the next guy
on the floor, they gave him
great care.
His daughter also said that
before he left he felt well
enough to turn in a list of
things the hospital might do to
improve its service.
"That is when I knew he was
feeling better," Jeanne Knotts
said. "We all worry about
about my dad. But he is a real
fighter."
Redman served in the state
Legislature from 1966 to 1978
for District 62, the office Rich
Glorioso now holds.
Upon leaving the Legisla-
ture, the state honored Red-
man by naming a section of
State Road 39 that cuts north
and south through the center
of Plant City James L. Redman
'ParkWay.
"I told them I didn't think
they should name anything
after people until that person
is dead," Redman said. "But
they told me to sit down and
shut up, so I did."
Most often, if there is some-
thing that needs to be said,
that is not the case, his friends
and family said.


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Stringer
Cyril N. Stringer, 79, of Plant
City died March 17.
He was born in Birchington
Kent, England, and was a cus-
todian for a school district.
He is survived by his wife,
Joyce; two daughters, Sandra
Pack and Tracy Pickett, both
of Lakeland; a son, Michael
Stringer of Mobile, Ala.; a
brother, Henry of England;
five grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Thiemke
Alfred H. Thiemke, 93, of
Plant City died March 21.
He was born in Wilson, N.Y.,
and moved here from New-
fane, N.Y., 35 years ago.
He was a retired carpenter
and roofer.
He is survived by his wife,
Helen; three daughters, Caro-
lyn Clark of Orleans, Mass.;
Sondra Duryea of Patton, Pa.,
and Peggy Double of Plant
City; nine grandchildren; and
10 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Whitehurst
Johnny Lee Whitehurst, 53,
of Tallahassee, formerly of
Plant City, died March 20.
He was a Plant City native
and a popular musician in
Tallahassee for 26 years.
He is survived by his fiance,
Judy Dunn of Tallahassee; a
daughter, Melissa K. of Talla-
hassee; his parents, Willard
and Vera Whitehurst of Plant
City; a brother, Terry of
Mobile, Ala.; and three sisters,
Joyce Kantrowitz of Plant City,
Patsy Vittor of Mobile and
Kaye Whitehurst-Miller of
Leesburg.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


OFFERINGS
Continued From Page 11


Willis
H. Glenn Willis, 78, of
Mount Dora died March 17.
He was born in Covington
County, Ala., and was a U.S.
Navy veteran of World War II,
receiving the Navy Commen-
dation Medal.
He worked at Merita Bakery
& Sales of North Carolina and
Kraft-Sealtest in North Caro-
lina and Florida.
He was a member of Sales
and Marketing Executives and
founding member and elder
of First Christian Church of
Plant City. He also was elder at
First Christian Church of
Inverness and Dunnellon. He
also was a member of Round
Lake Christian Church in
Mount Dora.
He is survived by his wife,
Doris; two sons, Michael of
Florida and Richard of Bel-
leair; two daughters, Susan
Turner of Inverness and Siri
Berberette of Lakeland; a
brother, Jimmy of Crestview;
two sisters, Merion Othine
Hataway of Newton, Ala., and
Etowau McCall of Crestview;
12 grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren. Gentry
Morrison Funeral Home.

Woolfolk
Ollie S. Woolfolk, 92, of
Plant City died March 14.
She was born in Marion
County, Ga., and moved here
from Fruitland Park in 1997.
She was a sales clerk and
attended Turkey Creek Baptist
Church.
She is survived by two sons,
Clay of Hiawassee, Ga., and Bob
of Shreveport, La.; a daughter,
Clara Sloan of Tampa; four sis-
ters, Alfa Corbitt of Plant City,
Inez Keen of High Springs,
Marie Jones of Opp, Ala., and
Doris Morris of Ruskin; and
nine grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


Saturday at 11 a.m.
Worship: Eucharist, Sun-
days at 8 a.m.; choral Euchar-
ist, Sundays at 10:30 a.m.;
children's chapel, Sundays at
10:30 a.m.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages at 9 a.m.;
Sundayworship services at 10:
15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15, with activities for chil-
dren and students at 6.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
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Road, meets Sundays at 10:30

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services. Call: 752-9548.

Contemporary worship
Bethany Baptist Church,
3409 N. Cork Road, offers a
contemporary worship service
each Saturday at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-9209.

American Indian
Christian Church
The American Indian Chris-
tian Church of Thonotosassa is
open. The church is sponsored
by United Methodist Church of
Thonotosassa. Worship in.the
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15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.

Bible study program.
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided. The church is at
3409 N. Cork Road.
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songs make up the 20-minute
program.


Story Time Tuesdays at
10:30 a.m. for children 2 1/2 to
5 years old who can sit by
themselves in a group. Stories,
music, games and reading
activities make up the 30-min-
ute program.
Family programs
"El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia
de los Libros," April 30 from
noon to 4 p.m. This celebra-
tion of childhood and biling-
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exhibits, storytellers, musi-
cians and other performers,
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porch (all of which I love). I
can let my friends and even
strangers know I am thinking
of them when they are
recuperating from a broken
leg or knee surgery (hope you
are getting along fine now,
Catherine Clark and Fred
Johnson), and even send a
prayer up for those who have
lost loved ones or are sick
(Brenda Dixon, we're praying
you will recover quickly).

Be aware
Once in awhile, I must pass
on news that I think is not of a
blessed nature. And this is
one of those times.
Not long ago a single
mother in my neighborhood
came to my door telling me
that a young man had
approached her house in the
evening wanting help with his
car that had-broken down. He
asked if her husband was
home. She wisely did not
open her door and when a
watchful neighbor drove up
and started questioning the
man, he left. The next day she
went to the police station to
report the incident and was
shocked to see the man's
picture posted there he was
a registered sexual predator.

It can happen in an instant
Now, I have learned there is
another sexual predator has
purchased a local pet shop.
I have been told there are
about 100 identified sexual
offenders in our area.
I think of my little grand-
daughters having a tea party
on my front porch and my
grandson doing what little
boys do, pushing the enve-
lope and riding the tricycle
down the sidewalk past where
I've told him not to go. And I
think of those few seconds I


left them alone on the front
porch to pop in the house to
get more juice and crackers.
To let you know how
quickly something can
happen, last year a neighbor
was having some work done
and left an electric saw in
front of the house. He left for
a few minutes to check
something out and when he
came back the saw was gone.
I was working on my
computer overlooking the
street and house and remem-
bered seeing a car drive by,
but could not recall the make,
color or even how many
people were inside or if they
were male or female. No one
else in the neighborhood saw
anything.
Our law enforcement
officials are taking positive
steps, but there's no substi-
tute for neighborhood
watchers. Not too lonigago,
my phone rang and there was
a recording telling me that a
young girl had just been
reported missing in Plant
City. They gave details and
said it had happened only
minutes ago.
This was probably the one
time in my life I listened to a
phone recording all the way
through and did exactly what
it said. I went outside and
walked the neighborhood
looking for anything out of
the ordinary.
Keep those tykes and trikes
within sight, always. Be a
good neighbor and watch out
for each other in every good
sense of the word.
Tell me about your blessed
events. Send items to gaby-
lee@aol.com or mail or hand
deliver them to The Courier,
c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
33566.


LETTERS
Continued From Page 7


Perhaps now, more people
will realize that barnyard
exhibits are not only cruel to
animals, but dangerous to
people as well.
The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention states
that children, who commonly
put their hands in or near
their mouths after petting
animals at fairs and barnyard
exhibits, are particularly
susceptible to E. coli infec-
tions. In 2000, for example, 16
children were sickened by E.
coli traced to cattle at Merry-
mead Farm petting zoo in
Worchester, Pa. One 4-year-
old girl suffered severe kidney
damage and had to undergo a


kidney transplant.
Cows, chickens, goats, and
other farmed animals can be
harmful to your health -
whether on your plate or in a
petting zoo.
As more and more people
adopt a vegetarian diet, our
use of factory farmed animals
will diminish, therefore
lessening the threat of E. coli
contamination. Call 1-888-
VEG-FOOD or visit goveg.com
for a free vegetarian starter
kit.
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Norfolk, Va.
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Strawberry Season Produces Record Numbers


BUT FACES HIGH COST
OF BUSINESS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
The strawberry season went
out like a lamb this year, but
with roaring production num-
bers.
The industry enjoyed a
record season in volume and
gross profits, said Chip
Hinton, executive director for
the Florida Strawberry Grow-
ers Association. He estimated
that when the last berry is in, it
could total roughly 16 million
flats. That could be as much as
9 percent higher than last year,
Hinton said.
Unfortunately, because
expenses continue to climb,
that doesn't necessarily trans-
late to record numbers of dol-
lars going to growers' profits,
Hinton said.
"The cost of production has
just gone up dramatically,"
Hinton said. "It's just one of
those things where it's more
difficult to make ends meet."
Still, the news of such high
production may be a little sur-
prising, considering some of
the setbacks growers faced
this year, including a record


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Despite a few relatively minor freezes, such as this one in
January, growers enjoyed good weather this year.


hurricane season that left
farmers scrambling to repair
fields in time for planting.
Hungry robins also ruined a
high number berries this year,
with some growers saying the
plague was the worst they'd
seen.
Until last week, though,
Mother Nature did cooperate.
Except for a couple of rela-
tively minor freezes, growers
enjoyed good weather this
year.


Though some growers had
hopes of picking berries as late
as early this week, many had
called it quits by last week,
bringing the 2004-05 season to
an abrupt halt. The typical
berry season runs from
Thanksgiving to Easter.
Several factors contributed
to the bottom falling out of
prices, Hinton said, including
increased production in Cali-
fornia and the recent wet and
warm weather locally. Prices


that had reached as high as
$20 per flat at their peak were
down to less than $7 per flat
last week.
But before that, growers
were bringing in big produc-
tion numbers there were
four consecutive weeks
recently when growers pro-
duced an output of a million
or more flats, Hinton said.
One recent week, growers
picked as high as 1.4 million
flats.
The season also produced
an emerging variety. What will
likely be known as the Winter
Dawn shows promise as a
good producer early in the
year, Hinton said. That will
help growers open up their
market window and take
advantage of the part of the
season when prices are high
because California's berries
haven't entered the market.
"It's not a perfect berry,"
Hinton said. "It has an abnor-
mal shape and is a little more
tart than the Festival or some
of the other varieties, but we
think it will have a niche
because its production ave-
rage was considerably higher
than anything we had this
year."
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MARCH 31, 2005* THE COURIER *-15


Robin


Damage


Soars This


Season
By JULIA CATES
Correspondent
Robins tried to peck away
at berry growers' profits this
year and farmers tried to
peck back.
For some, it was an
expensive, time-consuming
and labor-intensive battle.
Ricky Peacock, owner of
Peacock Farms in Dover,
said many farmers had a
hard time trying to control
the robins this season.
"It is the worst we've had
in 10 years," Peacock said.
Peacock -Farms has lost
about 7 percent to 10 per-
cent of its berries to robins
just this season, he said.
The robins start showing
up about late December to
early January and tend to
stay until March, growers
said. It's bad timing, as
berry prices peak during
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WATCH
Continued From Page 1
Haggerty and Police Chief Bill
McDaniel said they understand resi-
dents' fears but said the department
was doing all it could by notifying
neighbors.
"Parents have every cause to be con-
cerned," McDaniel said. "All you have
to do is look at the public Web site and
see what the man's history is. You
need to take precautions and certainly
don't allow your child to go hanging
out at the pet store."
According to Florida law, a regis-
tered sexual predator must have been
convicted of either one first-degree
felony sex crime or two second-degree
felony sex crimes.
Hicks was convicted in Hillsborough
County in 1999 for lewd and lascivious
behavior on a child under 12, unlawful
sexual activity with a minor and sexual
battery on a child under 12, records
show. All are felonies.
In March of last year, he was sen-
tenced to 12 1/2 years in prison for
violating his probation by selling pet
fish and turtles at a kiosk in a mall in
Brandon, according to case records.
Prosecutors argued that the kiosk
brought Hicks in contact with chil-
dren, thus violating his probation.
Hicks' attorney, James Buzbee of
Plant City, successfully appealed the
decision in December, arguing that
terms of Hicks' probation did not pro-
hibit the business, and that Hicks'
probation officer knew of the business
and never told Hicks it might be a vio-
lation.
Judge Craig C. Villanti of the 2nd
District Court of Appeal agreed, but in
his decision pointed out, "the need for
a revision of the language of the stan-
dard condition of probation for sex
offenders that allowed Mr. Hicks to sell
fish and turtles in a mall just feet away
from a Build-a-Bear and the Disney
Store."


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Amy Beatty holds daughter Merrideth as Plant City Police Detective Art Hag-
gerty tells her that Gary Mark Hicks, a convicted sexual offender, recently
purchased the Pet City Center pet store at 1103. N. Wheeler St., just a couple of
blocks away from her home.


Predators are prohibited from work-
ing or volunteering at schools, day care
centers, parks and playgrounds. Vil-
lanti suggested that the terms be more
specific to include, but not be limited
to, libraries, zoos, theme parks and
malls.
Buzbee no longer represents Hicks,
but said this week that he thought
Hicks "was sincere in trying to comply"
with the court's terms.
"I felt like probation officers were
trying to do everything they could to
put him jail," Buzbee said. "I think they
were singling him out unnecessarily,
because he had kept up with all his
conditions of probation."
Hicks' current attorney, Deana Mar-
shall, couldn't be reached for com-


ment.
Assistant State Attorney Pam Bondi
said an April 5 hearing is scheduled to
review Hicks' case to help clarify the
terms of his probation.
"The defendant has asked questions
regarding his employment what he
can and can't do," Bondi said.
Last week, when a Courier reporter
visited the store, Christina Corson said
Hicks did not want to comment. Fur-
ther attempts before The Courier's
deadline on Tuesday also were unsuc-
cessful.
Corson said that though Hicks'
name is on the business license, she is
the actual owner of the shop and is
making the payments on it. Hicks, who
has worked in the pet industry for


years and is currently a pet supply
wholesaler, simply helped her secure
the license, because she didn't meet all
the requirements, Corson said.
Corson said Hicks would come to
the store once or twice each week to
replenish stock and perhaps help out
around the store when needed.
"He's not going to be here all the
time," she said.
Corson, who said she has known
Hicks for nearly two years, said she
understands that neighbors are con-
cerned but said they shouldn't worry.
"He's really not a threat," Corson
said, adding that Hicks has three chil-
dren, ages 6, 7 and 9. "He's just trying
to feed his family."
Hicks' probation requires that a sign
be placed on the door of the shop pro-
hibiting anyone younger than 18 from
entering without a guardian.
But neighbors seemed incredulous
last week to find out that Hicks isn't
prohibited from owning a type of store
that attracts children. They said neigh-
borhood children frequently visit Pet
City Center.
"(Predators) have to live somewhere,
but to own a pet shop?" said Jean
Bridgeman, who lives around the
corner from.the shop.
Amy Beatty is a mother of seven
children, ranging in age from 1 to 19.
She lives a street over from the pet
shop.
"It's so disturbing to know that
people who have done these things are
out of jail," Beatty said.
Several predators reside here
According to a Web site maintained
by the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, there are currently eight
sexual predators living in the Plant City
- area.
The FDLE keeps a database of sexual
offenders, their addresses, photos and
their convictions that can be accessed
on the Web at www.fdle.state.fl.us.
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BROWN
Continued From Page 3
same quality of life," he said.
"The key is going to be manag-
ing that growth."
Brown said he wants to be
part of a commission that will
have to face what is likely the
inevitable strain that growth
will cause on city government,
infrastructure and services.
He said impact fees in Plant
City are too low.
"I think the impact fees in
our community need to be
commensurate with those in
surrounding areas. They
should be fair but at a level
that will help pay for the infra-
structure growth that we're
going to have."


The city must be careful in
its quest to spread out that it
doesn't go against property
owners' wishes by forcing
them through annexation, he
said.
"We have to be careful we
don't force people to become
part of the city if that's not
their desire, unless it makes a
lot sense for the bigger
common good," he said. "And
we need to make sure that if as
we annex people, that we can
provide the services they are
due."
On the campaign trail,
Brown has heard from some
residents who would like the
right to vote for the mayor.
That was the case in the, past,,
but now the city commission
votes among themselves to


decide who holds dhe position.:
The role is largely ceremonial'
in Plant City's system of-
government, but the mayor
does run the city commission.
meetings and represents the
city at many meetings and
functions inside and outside
the city.
Brown suggested the issue
might be put to voters.through
a referendum- on next year's
ballot.
He said he could bring a
businessman's perspective to
running city government and
would help to encourage new
businesses and industries to
set up shop in the city.
Race should no longer be a
factor when it comes to repre-
sentation, Brown said.
"I think we've finally gotten


to the point where people stop
focusing on race and start
focusing on. more important
issues," he said. "As long as
you are open to everyone, tend
to their needs and treat every-
one fairly, race shouldn'tbe an
issue.
Still, he said he has made an
effort to visit those parts of the
city that he doesn't normally
go. He recently attended a
service at Mount Moriah Mis-
sionary Baptist Church on
Warren Street, telling the Rev.
Henry Simmons that he
wouldn't show up just one
time while he's running and
then again when he seeks re-
election.
"My intent is to be accessi-
ble as possible. I'll listen to
everybody," he said.


SYKES


Continued From Page 3
for the Department of Chil-
dren and Families for the last
18 years. She presently is the
operations and management
consultant for education and
training.
"Plant City is part of my
essence," she said. "I think
that's my biggest asset."
A strong background in
math and statistics would help
her as a commissioner, espe-
cially when budget time
comes around, she said.
Sykes serves on the city's
Code Enforcement Board and
said residents want strict code
enforcement. She said the city


has done a good job in that
respect, as have the city's cur-
rent code enforcement offi-
cers. But more officers are
needed to help lighten the
load, she said.
"We advertise Plant City to
be beautiful," she said. "I
believe that, but I would like to
see it beautiful everywhere.
We have parts of Plant City
that may not be as beautiful as
others and I'd like to see a
focus on those communities
so standards there are brought
up, as well."
In the coming years, the city
commission needs to make


sure current residents don't
pay for those moving in when
it comes time to expand police
and fire rescue services and
build and repair infrastruc-
ture, Sykes said. She favors
higher impact fees, but "not so
high that it hinders growth,"
she said.
She said she also would
work to make sure Plant City's
drinking water supplies stay at
the necessary level.
Sykes conceded that some
in the black community might
feel more comfortable
approaching her, and said it's


important for the commission
to reflect the diversity of the
community, but said she
hasn't made race an issue in
the campaign.

The daughter of a school-
teacher and construction
worker, Sykes said she "comes
from everyday people."

"I think that defines me
more than my race or gender,"
she said. "I'm for right, it does-
n't matter the color or
financial status, if I don't think
something's fair, I'll say what I
have to say."


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MARCH 31, 2005 THE COURIER 17


POLICE BEAT

Church burglary
A warrant has been issued
for the arrest of a 30-year-old
Plant City man in connection
with a recent burglary at the
Church On The Rock.
Plant City police are look-
ing for Shawn Kenneth Arms-
trong, 321 E.
Merrick St. He is
suspected of
breaking into "'
the church, van- .
dalizing it and 7
stealing thou-
sands of dollars -
worth of Armstrong
property, includ-
ing musical instruments,
police officials said. Arms-
trong also uses the aliases of
Dog and Bamrn Bam.
The break in at the 301 E.
Alsobrook St. church took
place between March 23-24,
said police spokesman Sgt.
Jim Schultz.
The church recently nego-
tiated the purchase of
property from an Armstrong
family member that included
a small building where Arms-
trong was staying, police
said.
Anyone with information
regarding the break in or
Armstrong is asked to call the
police department at 757-
9200, or the TIPS hot line at
754-8477.


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ROBIN
Continued From Page 15
To make matters worse,
robins have "terrible eating
habits" and spread their
destruction around, said Chip
Hinton, executive director of
the Florida Strawberry Grow-
ers Association.
"They just poke one hole in


a berry and move on to
another," Hinton said.
Peacock uses many differ-
ent controlling methods from
shotguns and fireworks to gas
cannons.
"We have spent about $600
an acre on controlling meth-
ods this year alone," Peacock
said.
At Peacock Farms, six work-
ers worked robin patrol every


day from 7 a.m. to about 6:30
p.m. The money that the farm
has put out this year on con-
trolling methods does not
include the workers' pay.
"It sounds weird but it is
almost like (the robins) have a
leader, and if you can scare the
leader off then they are not as
bad," Peacock said.
He said the weather has an
impact on the robins.


"They are worst when it is
cold out and not as bad when
it is warm," Peacock said. Rain
does not faze them, and they
are worst right before sunrise
and after sunset.
Peacock said that he has
seen the robins out before
daylight, while patrolling the
fields during the freeze warn-
ings, trying to peck through
the ice to get to the berries to
eat them.
Peacock said all the money
and the time put into trying to
control the robins is worth it.
"If you did not try to control
the robins, they would get so
bad you could never get them
out," Peacock said.
Adam Young, farm manager
of Strawberry Ranch in Dover,
also battled the robins this
year, said his farm lost roughly
10 percent to 15 percent of its
marketable fruit to the robins
this season,
Strawberry Ranch has spent
about $2,500 on controlling


methods this season alone,
not including workers' pay.
Young said he prefers to use
a 12-gauge shotgun to scare
the robins.
"You have to rotate sporadi-
cally throughout the day what
you are using, to try and keep
the birds., away," Young said.
Wallace Peacock, Ricky Pea-
cock's brother and owner of
Strawberry Gardens in Dover,
reported losing between 1 per-
cent and 5 percent of his
strawberries to robins this
year. He spends roughly $500
to $1,000 per acre trying to
control the birds. The meth-
ods he uses include shells,
bird bangers, screaming bottle
rockets and a propane canon.
He said he grew concerned
when he started seeing robins
in September and that his
fears were founded.
"This is the worst I have
seen them in my 27 years of
experience," Peacock said.


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Among those, the predators
are marked with red type.
There also is a toll free hot line
that residents can use to find
out about predators in there
area. That number is 1-888-
357-7332.
The FDLE sends out address
verification forms to sexual
predators four times a year,
said spokeswoman Kristen
Perezluha. If the predator does
not reply, FDLE asks local law
enforcement to check up on
the offender.
"There's a pretty good
system in place," McDaniel
said. His department nfiotifies
neighbors when a predator
moves to an area, and in
Hicks' case is taking the extra
step to notify people around
the pet shop because of the
nature of the business and its
proximity to areas where chil-
dren can be found.
"You certainly don't want
anybody to be unaware,"
McDaniet said.
Haggerty, a veteran Plant
City detective, recentlyworked
on the Child Abduction
Response Team when it was
activated for the recent case of
Jessica Lunsford, the Citrus
County girl who turned up
missing and was later found
slain. Convicted sexual
offender John Evander Couey


has been arrested in connec-
tion to the case.
Known as "Smiley," Hag-
gerty had to use the pleasant
disposition that got him his
nickname as he knocked on
doors along the tree-lined
streets of the neighborhood
last week to tell people about
Hicks.
He was met with lots of fur-
rowed brows, deep frowns and
exasperated sighs. More than
once, residents mentioned the
Lunsford case.
"How can that be?" Mary
Beth Kirkland, who lives
across the street from the
shop, asked Haggerty after he
handed her the flier. "I don't
believe (sexual predators) can
be rehabilitated. It's not that
I'm prejudiced, I just believe
these people are sick."
"It's gone all the way to the
court of appeals, ma'am,"
Haggerty said. "We're just
doing what we can to let
people know."
Jean Bridgeman said a
sexual predator once moved
in across the street from her
and the neighbors made a
point to keep a close eye on
him. She said this time would
be no different.
"We'll definitely be watch-
ing," she said.


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is limited to 20 to 25 mph due
to a curve in converging
tracks, a CSX spokeswoman
said.
While the types of fires that
Plant City Fire Rescue
responds are relatively few,
chemical spills and the appro-
priate responses are almost as
varied as the number of known
chemicals.
The responders, primary
and otherwise, have to rely on
a manual, the "Emergency
Response Guidebook," during
the initial phase of a materials
incident, fire officials said.
Fire Rescue Chief George
Shiley points to the differences
in responding to fires and the
threat of a chemical spill.
"With each incident involv-
ing the threat or actual spill of
chemicals, it is imperative that
we identify the type of threat
we are facing," Shiley said.
"With a fire you can't call time
out. The fire won't wait for our
evaluation. We have to aggres-
sively attack a fire with the
information available when
we get there, and make adjust-
ments as we go. You have to
show more patience with
chemicals."
Fires are fought with water,
dry chemicals or several types
of foam, depending on the
material involved, Shiley said.
Chemical spills are more diffi-
cult to evaluate from a con-
tainment or firefighting
standpoint because there are
so many chemicals to
consider.
"Accurate communication
is our biggest ally during a
chemical spill incident," Shi-
ley said. "The derailment on
March 15 is a good example."

Quick identification is key
Shiley said the derailment
call was dispatched at 9:53
p.m., and a Fire Rescue crew
was on the scene at 9:55.
"I received the call at my
house and was at the derail-
ment at about 10," Shiley said.
"Our shift commander, Capt.
Vince Kiffner, was talking with
the train's engineer regarding
the cargo on the train and the


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"I would call it a successful
season," said Ronnie Young,
owner of Three Star Farms in
Dover, adding that production
has been as good as he's seen
it in the past. He said he sur-
passed his projection for the
year by 2 percent or 3 percent.
"But we've also had a lot of
issues to deal with. Our cost of
doing business has increased
disproportionately in the past
two seasons."
Young, a grower since 1979,
cited higher prices for fuel,
pesticides and the fumigant
methyl bromide.
More and more growers are
relying on secondary crops to
make a profit. Young replaced


product carried in the derailed
cars."
Each chemical carrying car
is identified by a hazardous
material decal on the outside
of the car, Shiley said. The
engineer carries a written
manifest specifically identify-
ing each car's cargo.
"We knew right away that
the cars were safe and in no
danger of spilling or eruption,"
Shiley said. "Even then we
stayed in constant communi-
cation with CSX for another 90
minutes before we pulled out.
From then on it became a traf-
fic control problem to be dealt
with by the police depart-
ment."
The derailment caused
motor vehicle traffic to be
blocked on East Spencer and
Baker and Reynolds streets.
An activated crossing gate at
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard further restricted
traffic flow in the area.
"Had there been an actual
spill we would have been
faced with bigger problems
than traffic control," Shiley
said. "Our first intent as always
would be regarding safety of
the public and to our person-
nel. Identification of the
material involved would dic-
tate our actions. And a
response plan would then be
determined and put into
action."
In the case of sulfuric acid,
had there been a spill, the
emergency guidelines would
have shown that water should
not be used on the spill, as the
acid reacts negatively to
water.
"The acid would heat up
and create airborne sulfuric
vapors that would increase the
dangers to people in the area,"
Shuler said.

Evacuations
Firefighters do not make
direct contact with the chemi-
cal., A special hazardous
material team from Hills-
borough County or the state
would be called in for direct
contact and to control proce-
dures needed to recover the
chemicals.
Response guidelines also
call for containment of the
spill in all directions, up to 50


some of his berry plants with
cantaloupe, and his squash
should be ready to harvest in
three to four weeks, he said.
Young said the steadily
rising costs are troubling for
an industry that must weather
so much inconsistency in
every other area, including
profits. He said more growers
are seeing development
edging up to their fields.
"You just wonder what the
future holds and how long we
can be competitive and do
this with the value of real
estate in the area and the
pressure for development,"
Young said.


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meters for liquid forms and 25
meters for solids. First
responders are cautioned to
remain upwind, remain out of
low-lying areas and ventilate
enclosed areas near the spill.
Evacuation protocol
depends on the wind speed
and direction, the guidelines
say. Actual conditions would
dictate how large an area
should be evacuated.
In case of a spill, aggravated
by fire, guidelines say evacua-
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almost a half mile, in all direc- -


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tions.
"Should we have to call for a
lockdown or evacuation, we
could make use of the Reverse-
911 System in place in Plant
City," Shiley said. "Under
some situations it would be
better for people to close up
their homes, close the win-
dows, turn off fans and air
conditioners and stay put
until the all-clear is given. If
conditions are unstable, but
safe to move outside the
home, we might ask people to
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Shiley is a realist regarding
rail traffic.
"No matter how they try to
make rail service safe there
will be times when accidents
happen and they will require
our response," Shiley said.
"Knowing that, we have to
have a plan in place that
involves all the necessary
agencies responding to public
safety. That network gets
stronger every day. And we all
work to see that it does."
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Cruising for a cure
Registration for the 100-mile 2005 Motorcycle Cruise For
Cancer Cure will be at the Plant City Union Station Depot,
102 N. Palmer St., across from McCall Park, April 9 at 8:30
a.m. with kickstands up at 10. Last year's inaugural
fundraiser drew 134 riders. This year organizers are hoping
for several hundred riders to register at $30 per person,
proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society's Relay
For Life at Plant City High School April 15-16. Entry
includes the escorted ride, a barbecue lunch, an event T-
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Saturday, April 9 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
One mile west of Boyette Road and Bell Shoals Road in Southeast Hillsborough County
Join the Krewe of Alafia Norsemen to raise funds for All Children's Hospital by participating in the-
4th Annual Chili Cook-Off at Spring Jubilee 2005. Last year, the Krewe raised more than $7,700
for the kids! Come out for a good time and help us beat that amount in 2005.
Celebrity guest judges will be announced!
Entry fee: $50 for three-person Team $75 for three-person Professional Team $250 for
Corporate Corner Team
All teams are eligible for prize money and trophies. Don't want to cook? Come on out to taste!
Sample cups: $5 each to the public. Tasting begins at 2 p.m.
For complete rules, information and the entry form, go to www.alafiakrewe.com Sign up early
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becoming more and more
common in libraries large and
small.
"It's almost a must-do and
we're glad to have it," she
said.
Bruton also just added its
20th personal computer
available for patron use. That
makes 17 for Internet use and
three for word processing.
Haywood said that is about all
the library can accommodate
due to space, which is another
reason why the new wireless
network access will be
helpful.
"Down the line we may get
laptops that we can check out
for (patron) use in the build-
ing," Haywood said.

Calling All
Green Thumbs
The Plant City Garden Club,
the Plant City High School
FFA and the city's recreation
and parks department are
putting out an all points
bulletin for volunteers to help
the police department
landscape its new building.
The department has yet to
move in to the former Auto-
Nation site at 2412 Willamette
Drive, off West Alexander
Street east of James L.
Redman Parkway, but the
landscaping plan is finished
and hands are needed to put
it to action, said garden club
member Cassandra Banning.
The effort will take place
April 2 starting at 8:30 a.m.
Volunteers must bring their
own tools.
The parks department is.
working on the irrigation
system and taking care of the
larger trees, Banning said, but
there is much more to be
done.
"It is a large building and
we need a lot of help to plant
the hundreds of plants,"
Banning said. "I think this is a
great way for the citizens of
Plant City to show apprecia-
tion for all (the police) do and
also for getting their accredi-
tation."
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stadium. Opening ceremonies
begin at 6 p.m., with closing
ceremonies at 11 a.m. the
next day.
In between, participants
make their way around the
school's track to help raise
money for cancer research.
Participants raise money by
seeking pledges before the
event. Most participate as
part of a team, though
individuals also are welcome
to go solo. Team members not
on the track set up camp
nearby and enjoy fellowship
.4 during the 18-hour event.
There is still time to form a
. team or for individuals who
would like to participate to be
placed on a team, said
chairwoman Jodi Smith.
A luminaria ceremony,
where candles are lit in
memory of cancer victims, is a
=- highlight of the event. It's
slated for 9 p.m. this year.
For more information, call
Smith at 754-3703 or 757-
8574, or Michelle Bass of the
American Cancer Society at
685-0670, Ext. 112.

Library Is Now
A "Hot'Spot
Bruton Memorial Library
was already a hot spot the
number of people using the
facility just keeps growing and
the city is considering how to
expand library services to
meet the need.
But now Bruton is "hot" in
another way: The library now
*r offers wireless Internet access
51 for patrons who come in with
their laptops.
There is no charge for the
service and no code is
needed, said director Anne
Haywood, but the laptop
S,. -.- must be equipped with a
wireless network card. The
service allows patrons to surf
eta the Web from anywhere in the
library.
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by the Improvement League
of Plant City.
Call: Henry Johnson, 757-
6760 or 719-7943.

Indoor yard sale
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City will host an
indoor yard sale April 2 from 8
a.m. to noon at the Club
House, 110 N. Wheeler St.
To donate items, call 754-
8031.

Jaudon family reunion
The annual Jaudon family,
near kin and friends reunion
and covered-dish luncheon is
planned for April 2 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Dover, Christian
Life Center, 3223 N. Gallagher
Road.
E-mail: drenoch@aol.com.

Fashion show
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
will host its annual "Spring for
Education" fashion show April
2 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Plant
City home of Rick and Diana
Lott.
The club members are
interested in inviting current
and former school system
employees to recognize their
service to education. In addi-
tion, Wilson and Jackson ele-
mentary schools will be
honored as the chosen recipi-
ents of money raised. Funds
will also provide scholarships
for a senior at Plant City and
Durant high schools.
Tickets are available from
Sheryl Boggs and Marion Sim-
mons, co-chairs of the event.
Call: 754-8242.

Kids' Night Out
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department will
host its monthly Kids' Night
Out April 2 from 6 to 10 p.m. at
the Planteen Center, 301 Dort
St.
The event is for youngsters
in kindergarten through the
fifth grade. This month will
feature personnel from Busch
Gardens.
Admission will be $5 per
child and include dinner,
drinks and games.
Call: 757-9166.

Miss Heart of
Plant City pageant
Tickets are now on sale for
the 2005 Miss Heart of Plant
City Scholarship Pageant,
slated for April 2 at 6:30 p.m. at
Tomlin Middle School. Doors
open at 6 p.m.
Advanced tickets are $10
and are available at De'Javu
Upscale Boutique, 104 W.
Reynolds St. Tickets are $12 at
the door.
There are 15 contestants
competing for the title, which
the winner will carry with her
to the Miss Florida Schol-
arship Pageant this summer.
Miss Heart of Plant City
receives a $1,500 scholarship
from Bill Heard Chevrolet,
and runner-up will receive a
$300 scholarship from
Edwards, Platt, and Raulerson
CPA.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9


p.m. in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next fest will be April 2.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee,
soda and water.
The next sale will be during
the April 2 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

Bingo
The American Legion Post
at U.S. 92 at Woodrow Wilson
Street offers bingo games Sat-
urday nights. Early birds start
at 7 p.m. Jackpot: $250. Bene-
fits scholarships.
Call: 757-6479.

PLAN AHEAD
Spring Fling
St. Clement Early Child-
hood Center will host its
Spring Fling April 3 at 11:30
a.m. The outdoor event
includes children's games,
crafts and a cake walk.
The center is on the grounds
of St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Call: Maureen Ringley, 478-
1185.

Healthy Kids Day
The Plant City Family YMCA
will host its Healthy Kids Day
on April 9 from 8 a.m. to
noon.
There will be free health
screenings, police fingerprint-
ing, health-related classes and
more.
Call: 757-6677.

Spaghetti dinner
Springhead United Meth-
odist Church, 2305 Sparkman
Road, will hold a spaghetti
dinner April 9 from 11 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.
Menu includes salad, bread,
beverage and dessert. Take
out and delivery available.
Price is $6 for adults, $4 for
children.
Call: 752-5751.

Kindergarten round-up
Walden Lake Elementary
School, 2800 Turkey Creek
Road, .plans a kindergarten
round-up April 12 at 8:30 a.m.
in the school's multi-purpose
room.
A tour of the classrooms will
follow orientation. Children 5
years old on or before Sept. 1
can register. Bring you child's
birth certificate, immuniza-
tion records, recent physical,
Social Security number and
proof of residence.
Call: 757-9433.

Raiderette Auxiliary tryouts
The Plant City High School
Band Raiderette Auxiliary will
have an informational meet-
ing regarding tryouts for the
2005-06 season April 12 at 6
p.m. in the band room.
Call: Tammy Castagno, 752-
6111.

Woman's Club plans picnic
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Plant City will host a Bunco
Party and Picnic honoring the


Junior Woman's Club on April
14 at 6:30 p.m. at Robin Haga-
man's Carriage Run farm, 120
S. Wiggins Road.
RSVP: 752-6566 or 719-
1210.

School dedication ceremony
The principal, staff and stu-
dents of Simmons Career
Center, 1202 W. Grant St.,
invite supporters, friends and


neighbors to attend the cen-
ter's dedication ceremony
April 15 at 10 a.m.
Call: 707-7430.

Church youth plan garage sale
The youth at Bethany Bapt-
ist Church, 3409 Cork Road,
will host a garage sale April 16
from 7 a.m. until everything is
sold.
All proceeds will go toward


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helping the youth pay their
way to summer camp.

Family reunion
All descendants of James
Tugelo and Carrie Dowdy
Rogers are invited to a family
reunion April 16 from 11 a.m.
to 8 p.m. at the Dover Civic
Club, 2820 Gallagher Road in
Dover.
Call: 689-2981 or 659-2650.


The Fun is0
about to J blee

begin!


Corvette Show

Sunday, April 10 11 a.m. to 3 p. m.
One mile west of Boyette Road and Bell Shoals Road in Southeast Hillsborough County

IT'S NOT JUST A CORVETTE SHOW
Party atmosphere -- fun and games for all ages!
Rides, entertainment and foodFair open Sunday: noon-9 p.m.

Register your Corvette at the Spring Jubilee the day of the show for $20.
The first 75 cars to register receive a FREE "Corvettes 3t the Jubilee" T-shirt and goody bag
Trophies will be given for the People's Choice Award and the Be i in Show Awar1r

Net proceeds go to All Children's Hospital
For more information, call 813-689-7174
or visit www.springjubilee.com

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the manager of the South Flor-
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give him a call.
"We are looking for a few
good men," Wolfe said.
Actually, he's looking for
more than just a few. Wolfe
wants to recruit about 20 men
over the age of 60 to play in a
slow-pitch softball senior
league that play its games at
the Randy Larson FourPlex
fields on Park Road.
The fields are part of the
stadium softball complex that
is maintained by the city parks
and recreation department.
"Those fields are the finest
you will find anywhere in the
world," Wolfe said. "We want
to thank the city parks depart-
ment for allowing us to play
on their facility. If you are
going to play softball you can't
beat those fields."
Wolfe said when you are
playing senior league slow-
pitch that the smooth infield
and level outfield helps to
make the game more


enjoyable.
"You don't have to worry
about bad hops or stepping in
a hole when chasing a fly in
the outfield," Wolfe said. "We
really appreciate that."
Wolfe said his team and the
league is really not about win-
ning. But his players are look-
ing for fun, friendly
competition and a reason to
suit up, get out and keep active
enough to stay in shape.
"We have three teams in the
league," Wolfe said. "One
team is in Zephyrhills and the
other is in Mulberry. They
come to Plant City to play on
Friday mornings at 8:30.
Ideally, we would like to
recruit enough players from
the Plant City area to create a
fourth team. We play once
each week from November
through March. But now
would be the time for people
to make plans for next year,
come out and watch us play,
and sign up for next season."
Many of the South Florida
Baptist Hospital team live off
Sam Allen Road in the retire-
ment communities of Coun-
tryWood. When asked why
they still get out there to prac-
tice and play, each player had
a different but personally per-
tinent reason.
"I want to stay young," said
72-year-old Tony Annalora.
"I want to stay sharp in case
there is another baseball strike


GEUKRGE H. NEWMAN/SItan pnoto
The age limit for the South Florida Baptist senior softball team is from 60 to 600, said team
manager John Wolfe, 79, second from the right. Most of the players in the league come in younger
than the maximum number, said Wolfe. Wolfe's teammates are, kneeling, catcher John Hromek, 76,
and from left, Tony Annalora, 72, Gerry Maier, 60, Ray Sears, 60, Scott Kloo, 70, Ken Annalora, 61,
Arvel Waddell, 61, Wolfe and Cliff "Homerun" Hamilton, 60. The team plays its home games on
Friday mornings at the Randy Larson FourPlex on Park Road.


and they need some players,"
said Gerry Maier, 60.
"I'm just looking for a cold
beer after the game," Ray
Sears said.
Scott Kloo, 70, said he is
playing softball to help
improve his bowling form.
John Hromek, 70, the team
catcher, said playing ball
keeps him "from getting lazy. I.
don't know what would
happen to me if I just stayed at
home."
"My wife threw me out of
the recliner, so I have to do
something," said Ken Anna-


lora, 61.
"After God and family, soft-
ball is my third passion," said
Arvel Waddell, 61.
"I'm here to help keep the
youngsters in line," Wolfe
said.
Cliff Hamilton, one of the
youngsters at 60, said he
comes out to the ballpark to
stay ready for the next U.S.
Olympic Team tryouts.
Bill Ulbricht, the director of
South Florida Baptist Hospital,
said the hospital donates a few
dollars each year to keep the
team in uniforms.


"One of our employees is
associated with the team,"
Ulbricht said. "We try to help
team members (hospital
employees) who are involved
in civic, charitable and recrea-
tional groups with some kind
of support. It isn't much, but
in the case of the softball team,
it helps these seniors to stay
fit. Everyone wins. If they stay
healthy we will only see them
at the park and they have a
great time of it."
Anyone interested in play-
ing in the senior softball
league can call Wolfe at 754-
8649.


Raider Boys Grab 1st Win At Saladino YOUTH SOCCER


'WE'VE GOTTEN SO MUCH BETTER'
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Raiders finished the 25th
annual Tony Saladino Baseball Tournament
with their first win of the season, and first-year
Raiders coach Kenny White thinks there will be
many more where that came from.
"The record (1-8) doesn't sound very good,
but we've gotten so much better across the
board," White said. "We can easily go .500 this
second half."
Plant City is going to find-out immediately if
White's optimism is justified. This week the
Raiders are scheduled for four games. They
played a makeup with East Bay on Tuesday
night, then visited Bloomingdale Wednesday.
On Friday the Raiders host Riverview before
making up another rainout Saturday against
Alonso.
That last one should be a nice litmus test
since Alonso blanked the Raiders, 3-0, last
week on the way to being the Saladino runner-
up, losing to Gaither in the finals.
In Tuesday night's game, Plant City blasted
Blake 13-0. Steven Devereaux got the win as the
Raiders limited Blake to one hit. Plant City had
three triples in the game, with Thomas Adair
and Ronnie Clark both contributing RBI triples
as the Raiders put seven runners across in the


third inning.
Devereaux and Lance Hart have been the
senior leaders of the Plant City pitching staff.
Brandon Griffin has allowed just two earned
runs in his last two starts.
"The starting pitching has been great," White
said. "We're continuing to improve. It was just
nice for the guys to get a win finally."
The staff will get a severe test with this week's
busy schedule; due to injury the team only has
eight healthy pitchers after starting the season
with 12.
At the plate, the team's leading hitters to this
point have been Lane Batley, who had three
hits in the win against Blake, Ricky Morris and
Phillip Beauchamp.
Despite what an 0-8 start could have done to
the team and a rookie coach White said the
attitude of the club has been tremendous.
"I'm having an absolute blast. We have a
good group of kids. The unity is there. I mean,
with the record you'd think there'd be some
negativity in the dugout, but you don't hear it,"
he said.
Durant went 0-3 at Saladino, losing two close
ones before falling Tuesday night 6-1 to even-
tual champ Gaither. The Cougars are at home
against Bloomingdale Friday and then face dis-
trict power Sarasota on the road Tuesday. In
between, Durant will make up a March 16
game with Robinson on Monday in Tampa.


In its 29th season, the Plant
City Recreation and Parks
Department/Optimist. Youth
Soccer Program will enjoy a
record number of participants.
A total of 1,353 youths with
room for up to 1,397 if team
rosters get completely filled -
will take part this year.
The program has come a
long way. In 1977, there were
170 players in the Optimist
leagues.
Games are played at the Otis
M. Andrews Sports Complex
behind Hillsborough Commu-
nity College. With 108 teams
involved, the timing is good
for a new set of soccer fields,
where softball fields were for-
merly at the complex.
Those new west fields will
house the smaller age groups
up to the under-10 divisions.
The under-15 and under-19
age groups began Tuesday
night, and will continue to
stage their games on Tues-


days. Everyone else gets
started this Saturday.
With so many youth partici-
pants, the under-6 and under-
19 leagues are for boys and
girls, while the other age
groups are divided into boys
and girls leagues. Last year,
only the under-10 and under-
12. groups were split up bet-
ween boys and girls teams.
In the under-6 league alone,
where scores are not kept, 22
teams will hit the fields. Some
of the team names are the
Hamsters, Rugrats, Antz and
the Bashfuls, Happys, Sneezys,
Grumpys and Sleepys.
Twenty more teams com-
pete in the under-8 boys
brackets. There are 10 under-
10 girls teams and 14 more
boys squads. A total of 18
teams 12 boys teams and 6
girls squads form the under-
12 league, 16 more in the
under-15s and eight make up
the under-19 league.


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MARCH 31, 2005 THE COURIER* 23


Area Track Coaches Find Athletes' Progress Difficult To Measure


WEATHER, MEET
CANCELLATIONS
UNKIND TO SCHEDULES
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Durant girls track
team's high hopes have only
been surpassed by its toler-
ance. Due to rainouts, the
Lady Cougars have only held
two meets this season, and the
frustration reached a peak
over the weekend.


Rain washed out the Florida
Relays, a huge event at the
University of Florida where
Durant team captain Vanetta
Randle was set to perform.
Randle would have proba-
bly gone to Gainesville for the
state track meet last season,
but injury prevented her from
competing in the regional
meet. Durant was represented
at state by Amy Rogers, who is
a strong candidate for a repeat
trip in the 200-meter run.
- Durant girls track coach Vir-
ginia Bryant says the 4-by-400
relay group could also make it


to Coral Springs, site of this
year's meet, but with hardly
any actual meet action to
show for 2005 there is some
uncertainty.
"The season's almost over
*and we haven't done anyth-
ing. That's sort of how it feels,"
said Bryant.
With only two meets to
recap, the highlights of the
Cougar season to this point
are easy to point out. Back on
March 5 at the Nash Higgins
Relays, Durant won the high
jump as Randle, Rogers and
Jessie Stith all made the final


round of jumps. Durant was
the only group to have all
three of its jumpers make the
final round.
Up next, Durant hopes, is a
home meet tonight against
Chamberlain and Blooming-
dale. Then it's off to the Teresa
Manuel Relays Saturday at
Middleton. The Durant and
Plant City boys teams will be
at a similar event at Hills-
borough.
Bryant is hopeful of sched-
uling another event, trying to
get two schools to add Durant
to an already-existing dual


meet. As for Saturday, Bryant
will be eager to see how the 4-
by-400 team of Camille Jacobs,
Rogers, Randle and Melissa
Valdez performs.
"I know that they are a con-
tender (to make state)," Bryant
said. "But I just haven't had
any meets where I can say that
we've improved."
With all of the weather
problems, Randle was able to
compete recently in another
prestigious meet. She finished
seventh in the long jump at
the Bob Hayes Invitational in
Jacksonville last Saturday.


STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL RESULTS


Each year, the Florida Strawberry
Festival hosts several shows and con-
tests ranging from art to steer to horti-
culture. Here's a rundown of the
official results the Festival has pro-
vided:

Art show winners
Best of Show: Craig Todd.
Strawberry Theme: Judy Roney.
People's Choice: Jean Mitchell.
Business leader's choice: Nelida
DiLorenzo (sponsor The Courier and
Shopper); Susan O'Hara (sponsor -
Florida RV Trade Association); Wes
Metzger (sponsor Gator Tools)
Division A miniatures: 1. Yvonne
Crissey. 2. Nelida DiLorenzo. 3. Peggy
Little.
Division B adult sculpture: 1. Jon
Courson. 2. Harry Day. 3. Susan
O'Hara.
Division C professional oils: 1.
Susan Weilbacher. 2. M. Tiffany Gul-


lage. 3. Gunni Price.
Division D professional water
medium: 1. Eleanore McDade. 2.
Dorothy Anderson. 3. Vicki Lee
Dykins.
Division E professional graphics/
mixed mediums: 1. Joyce Bugaiski. 2.
Shelly Haddox. 3. Melanie Gomez.
Division F amateur oils: 1. Linda
Gala. 2. Louise Anders. 3. MaryAnne
Freeman.
Division G amateur water medi-
ums: 1. Peggy Lax. 2. MaryAnn Cran-
dall. 3. Linda Deicidue.
Division H amateur graphics/
mixed mediums: 1. Dee Youmans. 2.
Mary Larson. 3. Allison Groom.
Division J youth (ages 14-17) all
mediums: 1. Christina Brenia. 2. Colt
Cardwell. 3. Amber Antonelli.
Division K youth (ages 14-17)
sculpture: 1. Gayle Jedlicka.
Division L youth (ages 10-13) all
mediums: 1 Evan Hill. 2. Susan Hyatt.


3. Jennifer Egan.
Division M youth (ages 6-9) all
mediums: 1. Stephanie Pease. 2. Ste-
phen Ford. 3. Kathleen Gao. ,
Division N youth sculpture (ages
6-13): 1. William Viana. 2. Robert
Viana. 3. Emily Lehman.
Shoebox Float Contest
The winners in the Shoebox Float
Contest are:
Group I (first and second grade): 1.
Jared Upthegrove. 2. Carson Knox. 3.
Peyton Collins.
Group II (third and fourth grade):
1. Madison Carlton. 2. Miranda Lane.
3. Alexander Fernandez.
Group II (fifth and sixth grade): 1.
Kaylee Cook. 2. Haley Ours. 3.
Jonathan Upthegrove.

Plant show results
The Youth Plant Show and Sale was
March 3-6 in the Plant Show Tent.
This year's winners are:


Grand champion Megan Layton,
Springhead Pioneers 4-H.
Reserve grand champion -
Amanda Harrell, Durant FFA.
Champion, woody ornamentals -
Peter Goodwin, Freedom FFA.
Champion, foliage plants Kelsey
Brown, Adventures 4-H.
Champion, hanging planters -
Megan Shelley, Plant City FFA.
Champion, liners Ashley Cole,
East Bay Sr. FFA.
Champion, miscellaneous plants -
Staci Clark, Durant.
*Awards of Distinction Staci
Clark, Durant FFA; Justin Hagin,
Hillsborough Swine 4-H; Sean Bau-
man, Freedom FFA; Lauren Laffer,
Freedom FFA; David Rodriguez,
Freedom FFA.
Junior Showmanship Robbie
Dry, Turkey Creek FFA.
Senior Showmanship Brittney
Sheppard, East Bay Sr. FFA.


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of .options for the fun map, including adding a
caricature of yourself, an airplane or helicopter banner, a
hot-air balloon or blimp sign, or your business name on a
vehicle or billboard. Every participating business will receive
a supply of fun maps!

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RESOLUTION NO. 80-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE ZONNING
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.

WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter- referred to;
AND
WHEREAS, Carolyn D,
McMullen had initiated a
change in the zoning map
designation of a parcel of
land; now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041 FLorida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled, and the substance
Of which is:
AN ORDINANCEAMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IES OFTHEZONING MAP OF
PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE, SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED
SOUTH OF FRONTAGE
ROAD BETWEEN SON KEEN
ROAD AND CHARLIE TAY-
LOR ROAD FROM COUNTY
AS-1 AGRICULTURAL SIN-
GLE-FAMILY DISTRICT TO
CU COMMUNITY UNIT DIS-
TRICT IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE GENERAL SITE
DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF
CLAIRMORE ESTATE COM-
MUNITY UNIT DISTRICT, AS
FILED IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CITY CLERK.
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion UPON THE CONCLU-
SION OFTHE PUBLIC HEAR-
ING PROVIDED IN SECTION
4 HEREOF.
SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City CLerk at the


SI Legals
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building (City Hall),
302 West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, FLorida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida, on April
11, 2005, at 7:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heard, at which
time interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.
Section 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made bthe City Com-
mission with respects to
any matter considered at
such meeting, he will need
a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Section 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.

Section 7.. At the public
hearing referred in Section
4 herein, all speakers shall
be limited to three (3) min-
utes, unless the speaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said public hearing.
In the event speakers) re-
uest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, but no
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen
(15) minutes.
Section 8. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of March
31.2005.


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Adopted by the City Com-
mission on March 28,2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:9024 3/31/2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOhOUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 04017940
Division:A
CISNERO, MARYJ.
Petitioner
and
CISNERO,TIODOSO IV
Respondent
NOTICE OF A ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: TIODOSO CISNERO, IV
last known address 1110
Turtle Creek Dr, Apt 110,
Naples, Fl34110.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Mary
J. Cisnero whose address is
707 1st Ave N.E. Ruskin,
Florida 33570, Apt 23, on or
before May 2,2005 and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at 800 E.
Twiggs Street, Tampa,
FIlonra 33602 (Room 101),
before service on Petition-
er or immediately thereaf-
ter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice


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of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future apers in this law-
suit wi be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office. .
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or sticking of
pleadings.
Dated March 24,2005
PAT FRANK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Cynthia Menendez
Deputy Clerk
No:9006 3/31,4/7;14;21,05
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOhOUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 05-DR-4605
DIVISION: R
ALMA R.BRATTEN
Petitioner
and
CHRIS S. BRATTEN
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: CHRIS S. BRATTEN, JR
Respondent's whose ad-
dress is unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fensdes if any to it on Alma
R. Braften whose address
is 2709 S. Wiggins Rd, Plant
City, Florida 33566 on or be-
fore May 2 2005, and file
the original with the clerk
of this courtat302 N. Michi-
gan Ave, Plant City Fl 33563
before service on Petition-
er or immediately thereaf-
ter, If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing oders, are available at


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the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's Office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: March 28,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Ellen P. Neubaum
Deputy Clerk
NO:9020 3/31;4/7;14;21,05
NOTICE CALLING FOR REG-
ULAR ELECTION
NOTICE BYTHECITYCLERK
OF THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA, CALLING
FOR REGULAR ELECTION
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER,
GROUP 4.
WHEREAS, Article VII, Sec-
tion 3 Plant City Charter
provides that the election
for members of the City
Commission shall be con-
ducted and held under the
supervision of the City
Clerk; now, therefore
SECTION L Pursuant to Ar-
ticle VII, Section 3, Plant
City Charter the City Clerk
of the City of Plant City,
Florida does hereby call a
regular election to be held
Tuesday April 5, 2005, be-
tween the hours of 7:00
a.m. and 7:00 p.m. for the
election of City Commis-
sion, Group 4.
SECTION 2. The Nettie Ber-
ry Draughon Building, City
Hall 302 W. Reynolds
Street, is hereby designat-
edthe polling place for said
election.
SECTION 3. In accordance
with Article VII, Section 5,


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Plant City Charter, the City
Clerk does hereby certify
the list of candidates in
such election whose
names are entitled to ap-
pear on the ballot, together
with the name of the office
for which election is to be
made by such election as
follows, to wit:
CANDIDATES FOR THE OF-
FICE OF CITY COMMIS-
SIONER OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA,
GROUP:
ROBERT P. BROWN
UESTAWOODARDSYKES
SECTION 4. In accordance
with Article VII Section 5,
Plant City Charter, this no-
tice shall be published in
the Courier issues of
March 31,2005
Dated this 17th day of
March, 2005.
Virginia L. Helper
CityClerk ,
NO:8898 3/24/05
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with thepro-
visions of Florida law, there
being due and unpaid
charges for which the un-
dersigned is entitled to sat-
isfy ,an owner's lien of the
goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle
Bob's Self Storage located
at: 1005 S. Alexander St.,
Plant City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due no-
tice having been given, to
the owner of said property
and all parties known to
claim an interest therein,
and the time specified in
such notice for payment of
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above stated
address to the highest bid-
der or otherwise disposed
of on Wednesday, April 13,
2005 at 9:30am.
F-26 ELIZABETH GATZ
Household goodsboxes.
F 23 PAMELA PURVIS
Household goods, furni-
ture TV's, stereo equip-
ment
B-11 CHRISTY LOUNSBURY
Household goods, furni-
ture, boxes, TV's, stereo
equipment
G-16 MATHEW HOWELL
Household goods furni-
ture, boxes, appliances,
TV's, stereo equipment
ValerieGonzalez
Manager
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03/24/05,03/31/05
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I Legals
CITY OF PLANT CITY
INVITATION TO BID
Bid No. 05-56048-001
The City of Plant City will
receive sealed bids for the
following equipment for
use by the City:
One (1) Self Propelled
Hi hway Tow Able Aerial

Bids will be accepted until
2:30 P.M., Tuesday April
12, 2005 at the Purchasing
Department, 302 W. Reyn-
olds St., Plant City, RFonda
33563.
Bids will be publicly
opened and read aloud at
the Pruchasing Depart-
ment, Room 339 302 W.
Reynolds St.,. at 2.30 P.M.,
Tuesday, April 12,2005.
The bid documents can be
downloaded from the
City's website at:
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purchase/defaulfhtm
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2005 at 11:00am on the
following persons.
84 JEFF GOMEZ
Copy/Printers
F163 BRENDAJORDEN
Household
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813-831-1110 416-1366
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FOREST HILLS, new
const. 4/3/3, 2200 sf
under air, open fir plans,
high ceilings, upgrades
galore on 1/2 acre lot.
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$289K. Call Jim at
407-733-2984
LUTZ FSBO, quiet shady
street, 14804 30th St. N.
3br 11/z ba, 1732 sf, new
AC, remodeled kitchen
& bath, $162k.
813-657-7386.
OLDSMAR-Near AMC
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$169,000 813-814-9287
TOWN & COUNTRY
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7008 Edenbrook Ct.
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roof, ceramic tile, car-
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bonus rm, 3221sf, con-
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$50k upgrades bit 2002.
$4441I 813-431-1876
TEMPLE TERRACE, 4br,
3ba, large lot, sunroom,
2-car garage, close to
USF. S6 Rolling Hill Ct.,
Pleasant Terrace.
$225K. 813-988-4154
TEMPLE TERRACE Fish
Bowl area, 3/11/2, 392sf,
block, canal front, newly
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813-417-3415
University Mall Area
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l $105,000 as is.
813-978-9469
East
1104 |Hillsborough
BLOOMINGDALE EAST
$209,900, a1811 sq ft, gor-
geous 3br 2ba, screened
poolfden, fenced corner
lot, firepface, 2 car ga-
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Dr.Call 643-8746 orview
listing # 20339145 at
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BRANDON Bloomingdale
Estates. For sale by
owner. 4 br 3 ba, 2+ cg
scrnd pool & spa, stone
fireplace, remodeled
kitchen, new roof, all ap-
pliances stay $289,500
Call 850-339-1349 or
813-318-1705
BRANDON/E. TAMPA,
3/1/1, CB newer
tile/carpet, incd, back
ard remod. 2000/'03,
$120KOBO.owners.com
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Lakes 3/2/2, heated in-
ground pool/spa.
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$204,900 (813) 334-6778
BRANDON Sterling
Ranch, 3/2/2 water-
front, wood/tile floors.
screened lanai
Open House 3/26/05
$159,900(813)716-2315
PLANT CITY, FSBO, Wal-
den Lake, Spring Mead-
ow 3BR/2BA/2CG, Split
Plan, 1826 SF, 5 yrs old,
many upgrades large
quite cul-de-sac. For ap-
pointment 813-752-6369
or 813-505-8866
WANTTO BUY
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CASH. 737-6168 aft 6PM
1114 i Waterfront I
ALAFIA RIVERFRONT
HOME 10 min to Bay-
3bd/2ba brick-5200 sq.ft
roof-brick util bid, dock,
decks hurrshutter+++
775K (813) 927-4960


1114 Iwaterfront I
APOLLO BEACH 4br 2ba
2cg 2130 sq ft, on half
acre lot, on 70 acre lake,
close to 1-75, gated com-
munity. $299k.
941-518-6674.







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Aqua Villas, Luxury Wa-
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house Retreat and Boat
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sq ft. Last builder unit
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727-458-6865/796-0021
HERNANDO BEACH 3br
2ba, 2 story Stilt,
Fenced Indirect access
to Gulf, Large Canal,
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$350,000 321-229-7420
OCALA
18 acre estate homesite.
850' of LakefrontHi & Dry
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352-726-9369.
1116K I Hernando
SPRING Hill 4 br, 2 ba,
Family Room/TV The-
atre, caged pool, fenced
yard w/swingset & dog
Kennel. 2186Pinta Ave.
$169,500 352-398-1501
1116LI Highlands I
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AUCTION
3172SqFt Lakefront
Home Lobe sold at
Auction April 10
Pool, 3/2/2, like new
built in 98, pics at:.
www.vanderee.com
941-497-7997

19 Beach
Properties
INDIAN SHORES Gulf
front2br2ba condo, mil-
lion dollarviews, new in-
side and out. Fully fur-
nished. Low fees. $679k
obo. 813-727-7208.
11211 Condominiuml
HYDE PARK Area, FSBO.
Condo/TH, Cony loca-
tion, walk to Hyde Park,
2br 21/z2 ba, end unit w/
patio. Sec gated, cov
pkg, unique must see!
$216k 813-495-9079
PLANT CITY Steps from
golf course, pool, lake
and trails. 2 bdrm, 2
bath, backs to a pre-
serve, community pool.
$195,000. Call Peter
Murphy. (813) 716-9037
South Pasadena Corner
Waterfront Condo Wide
views 2br/2ba w/den.
Remodeled. $565,900
Ann French ERA Total RIty
727-365-0098
Temple Terrace 2br,
2.5ba townhouse, 2
story, laundry & store
room. Minutes from
USF. $95,000. No broker
813-713-4218
USF AREA-THE OAKS
2br/2ba. across from
USF. currently rented
912sqft. tile fis, new ap-
it w/d, etc. $95,000
813-810-7622


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Apollo Beach TownhomeE
New Const 2200sf 3br
2.5ba+ ofc 2cg, deck, scr
lanai, much more, great
area $369,900 Motivat-
ed Owner 813-786-6967
I12 Homesites&
125 Lots

BEALSVILLE E. HILLSB.
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Financing. 5303 / Joe
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and sceptic. No HOA.
Owner financing avail-
able. $86,000. Call:
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1126 i Acreage
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$174,900. Great financ-
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HUNTERS PARADISE
275 acres hunting/tim-
ber land btwn Mayo &
Cross City. Deer, quail,
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$1650 an acre. May con-
sider split 727-867-9885
Farms,
130 Groves, &
Ranches
LAND 0 LAKES 285 acres
MOL, 1 mile of US41
frontage, with Homes.
$114 ,00,000 FIRM.
813-96-3193
Cell 813-477-8252
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100 acs, 20-25 vr old
pines. Excdeer& turkey.
2 main creeks, estabI.
food plots. John or Marie
813-782-7962,312-3364.
S.E.TENNESSEE
Farm on 7 acres with 2bd,
1 bath brick house,
scrnd lanai, well, City
water pond $135,000
Call 423-336-8109
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Commercial Prop.
Lease

111nD Ofc Space
180B Lease

PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
Tampa, on US92 conv to
1-4/1-75 2660sf, Over-
head door, will divide,
buildout available to
suit, call for informa-
tion, 813-664-1786
USF AREA Near mall, 2
spaces, (1) 1292sf, $8/sf
pus cam (2) 3000sqftof-
fice/retail/rest $1O/sf
plus cam. Lots of park-
ing. Brkr. 813-218-3700.
i Retail I
180C Space

BUSCH Blvd, 1000 sf avail
new construction, great
loc. for any type of busi-
ness, immed occupan-
cy. 813-493-3335 or Call
727-215-6301
HYDE PARK RETAIL
SPACE at 2511 Swann
Avenue for lease or sale,
1,000-4,005 sq. ft. avail-
able. Call Greg at:
(727) 581-6827 x40006
SEFFNER-Busy Intersec-
tion New Retail Space!
1700sfSuites!
574 & Kingsway,
Some build-out avail.
813-239-1161/417-4974
Sun Poinf Shopping Cntr
Office/ Retail/Medical
813-728-4396
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Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
ADAMO DRIVE- 5,600 sf
office and warehouse
space. Fully a/c, dock
high. $3,000 month. Call
813-248-1175 or
813-220-7289
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Investment
190J Property
Sale
Condo conversion or col-
lect rent. 22 units 2br's
& lbr's. On Lake Silver,
Winter Haven. 22 apart-
ments fully rented. 1.3
mil obo. 941-518-8797.
200-249
Rentals

201 IRoomswith
201 Board

WANT future lady to
share my home in ex-
change for housekeep-
ing & driving.
813-752-7706
1204 I Apts. Furn. I
Thonotosassa, lbr cot-
tage, CHA, all utilities in-
cluded, screen front
porch, ample parking,
$700/mo. 813-986-762'


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CARROLLWOOD $199
move-in special on
1/s & 2/2s, Beautiful
lake setting, Certain
Restrictions apply
Call 813-962-8337Now!
CORK/Knight Griffin Ar-
ea, Secluded 2BR/2BA,
ClH/A, W/D. $750. 1st &
last plus security.
813-759-6467

HYDE PARK 2br, 2ba new
paint & tile, pool, laun-
dry, secured access,
balcony overlooks Bay-
shore & dntn. $1200/mo.
+ dep. 813-818-0104
LOOK AND LEASE
give a deposit, fill out ap-
plication same day, you
ookget $100. off Istfull
mo. 754-2200 Plant City
TOWNSGATEAPTS
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
IBR apt, RV lots. 9am-
I 5pm M-F813-754-6932
PLANT CITY 2BR/1BA
1CG, ALL appliances.,
NON Smokers, NO Pets,

813-752-9589
South Tampa Palma Ceia
2br lba, W/D, water incl,
CHA, pool view, 2nd fir,
end unit. No dogs. 3102
Horatio #21. $950/mo
dep. 813-625-7088
Ybor Area, NewListing!
Apts. for rent 2 br, 2 ba,
free W/D new
construction. Minutes
from Dwntwn. Info call
r Mona, 813-852-2773
WALKTOBAYSHORE
Hyde Park/Soho Area
Spaciouse 1st floor con-
do 2/2 split plan, 1200sf,
heated pool/spa, fitness
center, W/D, 2 king
spaces $1,500/mo
813-222-1113 Day
813-879-5710 night
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400-499
Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale
All TEMPUR Orthopedic
Memory Foam NASA
Mattresses, warranty.
Cost $1995 must sell
$399Q,$499K. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
anywhere!! 813-493-1222
727-733-9334, Toll Free
1-866-476-0289 Visit
website20%off!
www.mattressdr.com
Auto Detail Trailer
w/Tank, 200 gal, Excel
pressure washer 2450
Honda 5.0 hp, $800 obo
727-857-0813
BATHTUB REFINISHNG.
Renew/Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink& Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Quick Response, Insured.
Serving Florida Over
10yrs. 'Florida's Tub
Doctor" 1-888-686-9005
CHURCH FURNITURE
Does your church need
Pews, Pulpit Set, Baptis-
tery, crinkle Glass Stee-
ple or Stain Windows?
Big Sale on new cush-
ioned pews and uphol-
stery for hard pews.
800-231-8360 or
pewsl.com
Closed gift shop contents
for sale. Thousands of
unopened new cards,
card racks & gifts.
813-681-3545
EXPRESS LONG Distance-
Moving to New York, New
England & all states in
between. Customer rated
A + Air ride trucks. Free
estimates & friendly
service. Relocation Spe-
cialists Lic. #MC299938
1-800-941-3767
Gigantic Mirrors! Jobsite
leftovers: (7)
48"xlOO"xl/4" at
$115.00 each. (9)
72"xlOO"xl/4" at
$165.00 each. Will deliv-
er, can install. Every-
thing Must Go! Call
Now! 1-888-306-9046
HATE RUST STAINS? New
Super Strong Formula
Stop Irrigation RUST!
Use your existing sys-
tem Controls Heavy Iron
Stains (866)343-9515
www.UNRUST.com.
HOT DOG CART, staniless
steel, + vending equip
ment. Good condo.
$1700obo.
813-810-9676
HYDROPONIC SUPPLIES
Lights, formula, rock-
wool, PH meter, too
much to list. Call for info
3 813-908-22399
JANITORIAL Equipment, 2
Billy Goats, ladders,
cleaning supplies, bar-
rells, extractor etc
813933-3578
PICNIC TABLES, 6',
weather treated, fully
assembled, $150. Free
delivery 813-300-9974

$10 TVs, computers etc!
Police seized from $10.
For info
($1.95 shipping)
1-800-769-5889 P285
DIRECT FREE 3 ROOMS
SYSTEM installed &
delivered free. Say
goodbye to cable forever
+ 3 months FREE
HBO/CINEMAX. Call
1-800-694-8644.
www.dtv2day.com
SMisc.
400A Wanted

AUTOGRAPHS WANTED
Cash paid for signed
items of movie, sports,
music and historical ce-
lebrities. Babe Ruth and
early baseball always
needed. Complete col-
lection or justthat one
prized item. Call Doc at
13-677-7542 or e-mail
information to:
tampafame@aol.com

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
813-786-3006
ALWAYS BUYING, 1 item
or house full, Antiques,
Collectibles, Furn., & '
Misc. Prompt Service.
813-719-6336,659-2412
$S PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 727/804-7463 A
BUYING Old fishing REELS
and Bamboo Rods pre A
1950. VOM HOFE,OTTO
ZWARGHolzmann &Old
Tackle. (813) 963-6627
We buy unwanted
Furniture and also
clean-out Estates. Call
Jim 727-215-3259 A
14011 Auctions J i
AUCTION LIQUIDATION
Sat, April 2nd 10 A.M.
Fasson's Truck Parts
4350 US Hwy 92E, Plant
City, forklifts, parts,
shelving, racks trailers, A
all goes. ab551/au905.
www.kincaid.com ,
12% buy fee (10% cash)
Rany Kincaid Auction
(800)970-1977 A
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!


I | Antiques/
402 Collectibles

ANTIQUE Strawberry
setter & plows.
813-752-2989
BEDROOM SET 1940'S 2
twins, nstand & dresser
antique mahogany $950
S 1880's Oak chest of
drwrs $450 813-657-6279
Oak Pub Table w/4 chrs
$500,Oak Buffet $450,
Oak Upright Piano(over
100 yrs) $700obo. Exc
Cond. 813-854-3896
Piano, restored antique
upright player piano.
Mahogany, exc working
cond.oipser appr $11K,
sell $9K 813-831-3840
PRIVATE COLLECTOR
BUYING:
Autographs
Signed Baseballs
Babe Ruth
Autographed Albums
Call Doc 813-677-7542
Elvis Clock Marilyn Mon-
roe, Lucille Ball, $39.00-
49.95. 18 different kinds
of Tea Sets $8.95-19.75.
813-486-0131
1927 Challenge Iceberg
Icebox, wood& enamel,
oriq labels, exc. cond.
ask $1100. 239-340-9671
or813-837-5734
1406 Jewelry I
DIAMONDS- CERTIFIED
GIA, EGL, AGS, below re-
tail and Rapaport prices.
E-mail:
diamonds@glitzz.com
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
ENGAGEMENT RING, 14K,
.77ct round, VVS, color
H, $1400 0BO
727-398-7383
1407 | Diamonds
DIAMOND CERTIFIED
GENUINE, 1.08CT. WS1-
E, Appr $22,052.
Sacrifice @$3,950
727-545-4299
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.21ct, center
stone 2.21ct, certified
appr. @ $15,600 must
sefl$7250 866-484-5723
PLATINUM Engagement
ring, 1.01 carat GIA VS2,
G, rectangular princess
cut AGS value $9800,
make offer 813-259-9618
| Stamps-
408 Coins Books

COINS, Currency Bullion
Buy Sell Trade Coin
Werx. Big Top Flea
Market 0211 Sat & Sun
9a-4p 813-601-6940
Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates/Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
209 N. Kings Ave. Brnd
WE BUY COINS! E
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
paytop $$.813-792-2493 '
or 727-455-6196
Want Ads
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading! W
Over 38yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
WANTED Private Stamp
Collector buying Stamp
Collections. Convert
Grandpa's old stamps
into CASH! 813-340-3381
410 1Furniture I
ACCESSORIES/ACCENT
FURNITURE
All mayor manufactures.
Bedroom, Casual &
Formal Dining, Chairs,
Mattresses, Sofa/ B
Theater seating,
Pictures, mirrors,
Vanities. Mention
this ad for wholesale
direct pricing.
logansfurniture.com C
4315 East Columbus Dr.
Offexit 2, 1-4
813-630-4744
Bar/Game tE $450 c
I in 1 Oak Bar table
w/roulette, blackjack,
craps, accessories, wine
racks + glass storage
Inc! New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388 C
**BED$100**
A absolute bargain Qu p/t
matt SET. New in pastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070
BED $100
A brand new matt & box
set, still in plastic. Can
deliver. 813-926-8507
i BED$100-1 c
A brand New brand name, m
nner springs, full or dn
lueen, orthopedic pillow
op mattress set. New in
glasticw/wrty Can
deliver. 813-477-9019 C
BED $120
An authentic brand name
qu. set, new in plastic D
lore avail. 813-380-6021
*-BED$125King* d
A double sided pillowtop
New. In plastic w/warr.
Can deliver.
813-870-0070


14101 Furniture

it BED$185 KING
A brand name orthopedic
inner spring pillow top
mattress set. New in
plastic w/wrty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
it BED $250 1h
A Complete Qn Platform
Bed New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
**BED$266**
MEMORY FOAM SET
New. Qu coiless set. As
seen on TV w/warr.
Can deliver. 813-870-0070
* *BED $275*
All cherry sleigh bed,
solid wd w/matt set,
new still in boxes.
813-870-0070. Can del.
i BED $3001h
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", developed by NASA,
as seen on TV. 20 yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
**BED $65**
A full size matt. set. New
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver. 813-251-3134
BED Craftmatic,
adjustable, new, wave &
massage action, heat
pad included.
813-634-6975
BED Room, Thomasville,
Poster Bed, Armoire,
Dresser w/Mirror, 2
night stands, Paid
$13,800 asking $6,500
obo 6 months old,
813-486-0765
it BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20 yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic: Can
deliver. Call 813-477-9019
* BEDROOM $1000
All cherry wd sleigh bd,
2 ngtstnds, drsr mirror,
chest, new, retail $3K,
Can del. 813-870-0070
* Bedroom$150*
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver.
813-870-0070
BEDROOM t $195
A Brand new maple set
New in boxes! Can deliv-
er 813-643-1388
BEDROOM it $385
Wood HB, nstand,
Drsr/Mr, Chest. All new
in boxes, 813-643-1388
* Bedroom$645*
6 pc king set. New in
ioxes w/warr. Can del.
813-251-3134

BEDROOM I $750
A Complete 5 pc Ashley
Bed Suit, New in Boxes,
Can DIvr! 813-643-1388
bedroom Set, 3 Drawer
Chestw/Mirror,5 Draw-
erChest, Night Stand,
Queen Headboard, Oak
color. $500.813-76&-5562

BEDROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
ticker & Rattan, many to
choose. 813-876-1566
vww.qualitywicker.com

BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As onTV 10Yr WTY
Cost $1699 sell $399,
cost$1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE @
WHOLESALE Prices
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813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
unkbeds (2), white I
frame, futon on bottom, S
clean and well kept.
$300 obo. 813-960-2908

OUCH & LOVE SEAT,
New never used, liiht
beige, suade like mate-
rial, full size, best offer
over $800 813-545-8778 .
OUCH & LOVESEAT, exc
cond. Both tan w/2 sid-
ed pillow decor $400.
813-681-3545

ustom Furniture, Refin- -
ishing, Refurbishing. Ex-
perienced furniture
builder/refinisher. Exot-
ic woods.. Hawaiian
Koa Mango, Afromosia,
Teak, Jatoba, modernto A
classical designs. Call
for information, and
free estimates ask for C
Tim (813) 835-3846
I DAYBED$275
complete with frame, 2 C
mattresses, trundle, all
ew in boxes. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019 E
DAYBED
complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
lever used, sacrifice
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INETrE Hand carved
Solid Oak Table with leaf
& 6 Chairs. New in Boxes
Ir $450 -t Hutch also
available! 813-643-1388

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14101| Furniture I 1416 Appliances I
Dining Room Table, 4 USED APPLIANCES:
Chairs, 3 Leaves, Side Dishwashers $40.
Boards, Mahogany. Stoves $80 & up.
$1,000 Refrigerators $100 & up.
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leaves included, original
needle point on chairs.
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.....e....... ranty $200. Can Deliver.
DINING SETS 813-626-3754
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obo. 81M-966-7346 Don 813-300-6714
i- FUTON$200 4181r .Air
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mattress. New in boxes. T
Can deliver. 813-477-9019 AC/HEATPUMPSystems,
Winter Clearance
FUTON new in box with
rUTulO factory warranty@
Medium oak, honey fin- wholesale prices.
ish, 9 layer matt, new in Example: Split 2ton $726
box, cost $625, sell $285 3ton $8254ton $1055,
813-293-1743 Free Delivery,
Grandfather Clock. Like 352-302-2879
new. $650.813-766-5562 Pre Season Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes Siz-
es: MHomes, 2-ton
............ $840, 2/Vz2-ton $890,. 3-
..."... ton $940, *31/z-ton $1020
LIVINGROOMSETS Prof. Install Lic RM00-
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............ Prices, Service & In-
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plastic w/ warr. KING UsedMobileHome&Cen-
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ICan Install. Repair work
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ries & gifts. Call Forever
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Sofa $175 Love 150 BUY- SELL- TRADE
Chair $125. Uphol. New LEGENDS.813-348-0688.
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Can deliver. ,134 DRUMS ,DRUMS
v AJ's Pro Percussion
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pedestal (roses) base, 813-766-5562 F
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Gibson or Martin acous-
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i pcset Dresser/Miror, today Classified section!
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lunk Beds.........$195.
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Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
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115 S. EVERS ST
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813-759-8864
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kppliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
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3E 22cuft side by side
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microwave $150,
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13-632-9620; 335-5788


42n Musical
420 I Instruments
Organ & Bench, Technics,
mod. SXEN3, excellent
condition, sacrifice
$695. Sun City area
813-634-9179.
Organ Este Legend Per-
fect! Double keyboard,
automatic voices, many
extras. List $6,000 sell
for $1900.813-935-4468
ORGAN LOWREY Royale
3 yrs oldsCherry Finish
ASKING $24,000 obo
(863)291-8151
ORGAN Roland's newest
Superb Features 2mo
new 80SL cost $39,995
walnut asking $29,995,
extras. 813-634-0787
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTIONTO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
PIANO SALE
Specials/Close Outs
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
PIANO, white baby grand
w/player, pd $7495, sell.
$3000, mint cond.
813-633-9551

PIANO Yamaha, Baby
grand bick must sell,
$5000. Chickerinsg Baby
Grand, Mahg finish,
$2900obo. 727-328-1249
PIANO- Yamaha Grand
Walnut5'x3",
1986 Mfg Date, excellent
condition $3800 obo.
813-309-4090 Ive msg.
PIANOS- Mason & Hamlin
black,$1500 obo.
Schubert Walnut $1000
obo. Must Sell!
813-309-4090 Ive msg.
PIANOS, Yamahas, certi-
fied used, 10 yr wrty,
over200to choose. Baby
Grands, C-3 $9000, C-2
$8000, C-i $7000, U-3
studio $2500.
888-600-5188
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 727-945-9427
Low cost, expert repairs
I7 Sewing
422 Machines

Upholstery machine Fai
$800; New Riczar 4
thread surfer $500;
Bounty metal detector
$150 813-754-4394
4 2 Radio, TV, &
44 | Stereo
55" HD 16x9 newer big
screen TV, asking $1100.
Can deliver.
727-771-2665.

FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM includes stan-
dard installation. 2
MONTHS FREE 50+ Pre-
mium Channels. Access
to over 225 channels!
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Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!


424I Radio, TV, &
Stereo
HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or Call Be-
fore Disconnection.
From $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check.
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999 Se Habla Espanol
I WANT TO BUY any audio
& video electronics;
Bose, Macintosh, Krell,
any manufacturer Cash.
727-643-6661
Jesse Dollar Sales. New &
used merchandise
below wholesale. TVs,
stereos, Panasonic tele
phones, cell phones &
other household items.
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
10018N. 30thSt Tampa
33612.813-975-2829.
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
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Basic Service $24.95/mo
Long Distance Plans
available, no deposit.
Transfer service- keep
same number 1/888-467-
8286 & 1/800-813-9235
Instatone. Se Habla Es-
panol. $24.95/mo basic
service. 8am-8pm
SPEAKERS pr. Stratovar-
ius fir stand, fully re-
stored, beautiful wood
finish, very good cond
$425 obo.863-648-1692
Selli ourcamera in asnap
with an ad in class 426!
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions, Please
Call 813-986-1229

U Medical I
428 1 Equip.

aerobicisers
Power Chairs & Scooters
Beds, Lift Chairs & More!
You May Qualify at
NO COST TO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
Power Exam Table, Mid-
Orig cost $5000.
Will taie best offer.
813-876-9191
SCOOTER-RASCAL: Still
looks brand-new. Mo-
torized pwr-lifting seat
Must see. Pd $4400; sell
for $1295.813-335-2159
430 Office Equip.
4"" 3 & Furniture

40 Knoll Morrison
Workstations 6x6, 48"H,
2 Shelves BBF, FF, Blue,
$ 695 each. Also Used
Files Seating, Cubicles
And More! Low Prices!
3 727-647-1853
SSpot Advertising Works
500 CUBICLES,
Knoll & Hayworth.
All Sizes. Lowest Price.
Gray. Excellent Condition
Call Chuck 813-966-1072
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables, All In Stock HON
Chairs 50% to 70% OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bckchair$59 much
more! EOF813-877i-9317
Cubides-6'x6' Concensus
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrs.
new$699.00
877-9400


i & Furniture

Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
813-877-9317
EXECUTIVE DESK with
leather inserts and glass
top, excellent condition,
$500. Call 813-962-2009
or 813-775-3405
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert.$49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
OFFICE CUBICLES,
Excellent Condition,
Grey in color,
High Quality,
Call 1-800-330-4944
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
43 Computers &
IS" Equipment |

A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
www.pcs4all.com
AMD 2200+ New PC $279
256mb Memoryo 40gb
Hard Drive CD-Burner
Network, USBs & more!
One Year PC Warranty.
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat rate Not per hour*
ISORM: Mion-Sat 10 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
DELL 2400 Series w/all in
one printer, scanner
copier, 4 mos old, pd
$699, asking $450 obo.
813-650-0635
HP Lap Top, new w/CD's,
Celeron M DVD/ CDR
Burner. $800.
813-503-3864
813-979-9026
Laptop Below Wholesale
Del, Com aq,Toshiba
Unlimited wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
LAPTOP Compiaq, 30gig,
256 RAM, DVD & CD
write $475 obo.
813-899-4583

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ware, spyware, trojans,
dialers, and worms from
your computer using
our software Try free-
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$99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
$50 LAPTOP REPAIR $50
$50 Flat Rate for all Lap-
top Repair. Call (813
884-8378 Email sales
ipelltechnology.com
I432 Commercial
432 Equipment I

Commercial Curb Mach
w/extra shaft & auger
puts out 17 ft per minute
$8995.00
Call: 1-318-465-6634
HAIR SALON EQUIPMENT
9 stations w/chairs, 3
wet stations w/chairs. 5
dryers, tanningbed too
much to list!
$15,000/obo Bonnie863-
853-8151/863-698-2041
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


432 Commercial i
Equipment
SHAVED ICE (Sno cone)
machine, 20-Block ice
maker, + other related
equip.Call
727-527-2644
h qj I Restaurant/ [
; 434 Hotel Equip
1 COMMERCIAL COOLER,
True. 3 sliding doors,
less than 200 hrs on new
compressor $800.
813-788-1061.
GROCERY SHELF, 3 fix
burner Range Oven, and
others.
Call 813-810-5656

HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293 .
ICE MAKERS, Hoshizaki's,
200lbs, w/ice bins.
$1500 & 2 unit @ 16001bs
ea, w/ice bins $4000
813-833-6918
Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Chairs, gondolas, desks,
computers, warehouse
sheing, file cabs. Much
more! Store Closing- All
must go! 813-353-1829
JEWELRY SHOWCASE
LIQUIDATION SALE.
All Must Go.
4, 5 & 6' all $50 each.
813-628-4332
JEWELRY SHOWCASE
LIQUIDATION SALE.
All Must Go.
4, 5 & 6' all $50 each.
813-628-4332
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14111 Super Savers
10 large solar panels U-
must move $10.
813-754-9444
8' Satellite disk, U-must
disassemble and re-
move $10.813-754-9444
CRIB w/mattress Noaks
ark bedding, wall hang-
er, more $150.752-7234
GRECO Pack-N-Pack
$50.00
813-752-7234
HUTCH Lt colored wood
w/glass doors, NICE!
$100.813-707-1494
LAWN MOWER, B&S,
5.5hp, self-prop, good
cond. $95 cash 719-1760
PROM dresses size 9/10,1
Black & White, 1 Blue, 1
white & Gold w/sequins
$35. each. 659-0176
Sectional curved, 3 pc
teal 18 ft long, drawer
$256.813-754-5957
SOFA White Penn House
8 way hand tied springs
$250.813-754-3680
Tires Goodyear Integrity
215/65/17. New Set of 4.
$200 Firm 286-1749
TRAILER 1978 DW $50.
Must be moved.
813-752-1681
UTILITY bed forsmall toy-
ota etc, good cond $250
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S44A I Builder's
I | Supplies

1 1& 2 American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
- Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
15, 1000W rr,.Ial Hal~hie
shoci,-O> ,it ilqiI. NiB.
New? 3 Ion AC j"r,, hon
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offer 813-299-4967
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, roof
pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
nap Lock Panels. E
.) install vsa MC
ac.frtied. 86 3-224 9060
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Wholesale Prices
Do ItYourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split 813-318-9056
FLOORING
Vertical Grain Bamboo
flooring, $2.59/sqft.
813-494-6544
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD FLOORING
from .99 cents SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year prefinish, plus A
Lot More! We Deliver
Anywhere, 5 florida Lo-
cations 1-800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
LUMBER SPECIALIZES INC
Wholeale Millwork
Lumber to the Public
4914 W Linebaugh Av Tpa
MF8-5 813-269-0441 www
.lumberspecialties.com
Min order 500'
1x6 t&g R/S cedar 75S ft;
1x6 pine flooring 48t ft &
up- 1x4 pine flooring 19t
ft & up; 1x4 t&g cypress
v grove 38t ft; 2x8 log
siding 95t ft; 1x12 Pecky
cedar $1.95 ft; 5/4" clear
pine base orcrown $1.08
ft; 1x4 #1 pt porch



ered. CONCRETE
BLOCKS $1/blk! Many
sizes, 813-363-3497
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
Free (885)393-0335.
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TYPES. Discount Pric-
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Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
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colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
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Free. 1-888-393-0335.

MEXICANTILE*
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FINISHED and RAW
813-884-6127D* *
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each. 813-752-2323.
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


0I Builder's
440 Supplies

RAILROAD TIES
8', 10', 12', bundles of 20,
good quality, quantity
pricing delivery avail-
aoble. Ca 1863-668-8 17
Steel Arch Buildings!
Genuine SteelMaster
trademark) Buildings,
factory direct at HUGE
savings! 20x24,30x60,
35x50. Perfect Garage/
Workshop/Barn. Cal
800-341-7007 www.Steel-
MasterUSA.com
TELEPHONE POLES, Pres-
sure treated, (7) 35' -
50'L. (5) 9-10'L
ranging $60 $225 ea.
bo.Call 813-334-4860
Affordable used metal. 24
ga Roof Panels. Gaiv &
painted. Y pay nve
prices? Save. Money!
813-478-5276
44 Patio & Deck
441 Supplies
Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
call Sonyaat
o 352-799-79333
14 Sheds1 &
"" i Carport





240409 $9.500
2403009 11.600
Both are enclosed
Concrete Slabs. 36" door
&2 -7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
GARAGES, Barns, Car-
ports. Carports starting
$695 (12'x21') Galvanized
Steel. (2) Styles, 13 colors
to Choose From. Free In-
stallation. Call for Free
Quote on any Size. Flori-
da Certified 20 year
Warranty Available.
386-985-3011. jcscar-
portsandgarages.com.
PIONEER BUILDING SALE!
"Rock Bottom Prices!"
Beat Next Price Increase.
Go Direct/save 20x26,
25x30, 30x40, 30X44,
35x50, 40x60, 45x90,
50x100, 60x180, Others.
Pioneer (800)668-5422
STEEL BUILDINGS- FAC-
TORY DIRECT. Liguida-
tion Sale! 25x30- $3,700,
30x40- $4,850, 40x60-
6,900, 50x150- $19,500.
Call 1-877-728-4807
3 STEEL BUILDINGS
24x30 Sell $3,990.
38x38-Sell $5,981.
r 48x96- Sell $15,461.
Call Ashley
1-800-863-9128
GARAGE/STORAGE
SHEDS 12x16, 7x8 gar.
door. 36" door Many
colors avail Del & setup
$3,400 83-713-713-2333
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. AV-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468
STEEL BUILDINGS. Facto-
ry Deals Save $$$.
40x60' tol00x200'. Ex-
ample: 50x100x12' is
$3.60/sf (800)658-2885
ROOF & SIDING METAL 3'
cover, any length Galvin
or colored metal avail.
29 or 26 guage. Also avail
garage drs813-713-2333
14451Tools I
CRAFTSMAN 10" Radial
Arm Saw 2.5 HP $250
OBO, (813) 633-4279

SANDER Ramcp 37" Wide
belt, Table saw,
altendorf slider, 10' cap,
& much more.
863-676-1344

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A I Machinery &
449 Heavy Equip.

CROWN WALKIE STACK-
ER Reconditioned. ME-
CHANICAL PALLET
JACKS (2) & ALUMINUM
DOCK PL ATES.
$2500.all 813 888-9653
Forklift-Tampa Forkift
since 1974. Parts. Svc
Rentals. New.Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40IhSt 813-623 5251
4 Sporting
450Goods

Bar/Game it $450
4 in 1 Oak Bar table
w/roulette, blackjack,
craps, accessories, wine
ra cs + glass storage
Incl! New in Boxes, Can
Deliver! 813-643-1388
Bushmaster M4A3 $950.
Uzi .45 $700. Beretta 92
Brig Elite $500. NAA
Guardian .32, $349. S&W
457 $399.813-685-2612

Game/Dinette $450
Solid wood, 3-in-l,
Poker/Bumper Pool, New
in boxes. 813-298-2844
Guns- Colt Combat Com-
mander 70 series 45,
blued, exc cond. $595.
Colt, Lawman III, 357
Magnum, 2.5 in barrel,
nickel, $340. Colt, Cobra,
38, It weight, 2 in barrel,
nickel, $325.651-1106
Knights left handed SS
muzzle loader, 50cal w/
scope $300 obo. Moss-
berg 12 ga rifled barrel
shotgun w/2.5x8 scope
$275 obo. 813-393-9282



POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-363-0097
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, All solid
wood, no press boards,
8' Pro Series 1" slate,
Ithr pockets, K-66 Speed
rails, dble bolted/
beamed + cues, wall
rack, custom marble
balls, never used, cost
$5K sell $1350
27-224-9196
PreBan AR15-A2 Sporter
w/sling scope, bayonet,
tactical case & 9 high
cap mags. First $900
takes it all 813-758-8894
REMINGTON Rifles Mod
7400, S-A, 30-06 $520 &
Mod 742 BDL baske-
tweave S-A. 30-06 $470.
E(iras813.-3I 6922
SCUBA SALE
Mask.finsnorkel set S119
Closeouts 50% Off
REG. & BC PKG S650
Nitrox Computers $279up



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Fowler 813-972-4455
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450 1 Sporting
Goods
Self Defense Products.
Visec Surveillance soft-
ware Child & personal
safety Alarms. 8 more
www.Iispy corn

WANTED
GUNS, OLD FISHING
LURES, DUCK DECOYS
AND OLD COINS.
863-667-0966
5i Exercise
451 1 Equipment

BOWFLEX MOTivATOR
vitn1 all aia'chmentsr
$7000oi 272 7 365-5574
or 721-365-6036

BOWFLEX Power Pro,
2101bs of resistance,
great shape $400 or
best offer. Please call
813-277-4799
S I Health
456 Products

Your Health Is Your Most
Valuable Asset! $4 a Day
Provides Full Health
Benefits For Your Entire
Family. National Health-
care Family. National
Healthcare Foundation,
where Healthcare
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Insured Benefits Includ-
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697-3739
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BRANDS! MOST PEOPLE
with Medicare/Insurance
PAY NOTHING! CALL
1-800-337-4144
Regain your indepen-
dence with a new pow-
erchair or scooter. Call
The SCOOTER Store for
your FREE Mobility Con-
sultation. New scooters
starting at $799.
(866)293-9937.
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$89.95) No prescription
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S I Power I
460 Mowers

11hp, 30- 5-sod Murray.
TracItor. Ridler Mwer
Eocellenl condiliion.
original owner $550.
Call 813-926-5086
Mobile Repair Service
Toro-Scag-Exmark
Bunton-Dixie Chopper
Hydro's-Parts-Engines
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
MOWER, Toro Commer-
cial 36", belt drive, 14HP,
very dependable, float-
in deck $700 obo.
813-748-2498.
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4651 LawnaGrdn I
RIDING MOWER CRAFTS-
MAN (DYT 4000) 18.5 hp
42" deck. Auto. Only 5
month old. LIKE NEW.
813 956-3963.
1n Nurseries/
"469 Trees

CHEAP LADIES
LADY PALMS
7 gal. (3-4 ft) $32
15 l.(4-6it)$75
Lic #47226432 Email:
palmgirlfla@aol.com
KNIGHT'S NURSERY
Azalea, Dogwood, Brmns-
felsiat rabebuia, Ti-
bouhina, Fig, Boxwood,
Podocarpus, Crotons,
Roses, Viburnum, Bottle
Brush and Much More
Airport Rd, Plant City.
752-7676 #04710685
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL,4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL,3"CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
***Tropicals"***
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1480 1 Dogs I
AFFENPINSCHER Monkey
Face Dog, 1 yr old, all
shots & neutered, all
supplies included. $550.
727-599-8330.
AIREDALE AKC puppies,
10 wks, shots, ewormed,
vet checked. Parents on
Premises. $400 CASH
(863)665-7783
AMERICAN Bull dog/
APBT best of both
breeds, all colors, big
pups (8), 1st shots/hlth
certs, $325 727-420-1532
American Bulldogs
NKC $500. Too many de-
tais to list. Please call
352-243-2762
AUSTRAILIAN CATTLE
Dog pups (blue heeler)
born 1/6/05, reg, HC 1st
shots. $274 (833) 858-
2400/863-559-7425
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES-Non regis-
tered, 10 weeks old,
$150. Please call:
(863)735-8975
Bassett puppies, AKC,
health certs, parents on
premises, $275.
813-671-4365
BEAGLE older pups AKC.
Friendly & good w/kids.
Also, young adults.
$200-$ 350. Call
813-293-8889,685-2175.
1F, 8 wks., vet chkd, HC,
show quality, plus exc.
hunting bidlines. Small
POP $500 (863) 853-1041.
BICHON BABY DOLLS
AKC,toy size, 6-11 lbs, in
home family raised, H
guarantee 8wks,$750 &
up. Call (863) 299-0953
or 616-780-8101
BICHON PUPPY, 1 Male,
$650, AKC, health
checked, parents on
prem, Ready 3/21
863-967-1475 or
863-258-7837
BICHON Pups ready
4/8/05, AKC, Wht,
champ bldlines, POP
M&F, $650 9 up.
813-677-1005
BLOODHOUND Puppy,
AKC Male, 14 weeKs,
Black & Brown, Champi-
on bloodline, $700
813-546-1865.
BORDER COLLIES, Reg.
$250 & Up, Will Deliver,
abcbordercolWes.com
Hith Guar. 888-229-0621

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sified w/anad on the Buy-
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Tampa 8424 SheldonRd. Valrico -1971S.R. 60
W INNTampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
America's upearke Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 I.I S 41 Tampa 8438 N Armenia Ave.
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1480 Dogs I
BOXER Puppies-Ready
4/6, UAB reg, SM, 1F,
Trad'l Fawn & Flashy
Brindle POP taking
deps. $q00 352-799 7861


S & I F IAI
BUNNIES FOR EASTER!
LIVE TIGERS last
Saturday of each month
Largest assortment of
fresh water fish in Tmpa
Club Pet Members get 1/2
off livefishTue & Fri
Rat & Mice Feeders Avail
Min Schnauzer, Boston
Terrier, Pug, Silky
MANY Other Breeds vail
1 Yr Warr; Lic P04-070213
Complimentary Vet Exam
Free Training Program
Financing Available
7699 W. Waters Ave.
Near Waters & Hanley
M-Sat 11-9, Sun 12-6
813-249-8700

Cavalier to Yorkie
Designer dog bags, beds,
bowls, toys, dog food,
it's all on sale. We are
remodeling save up to
50%
Cavaliers, Cockers, Shih
Tzu, Shipa, Labs, Pugs
Many more. Shots 1 yr
wrnty. Must be sold
now. 813-653-4384,4385
Links Paul Tr. Valrico,
Lic # P05-077909
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CHIHUAHUA Blue long
hair, 1 year old, Female,
Good with kids 6 Lbs,
AKC $500.813-757-6195
3 863-698-6248
CHIHUAHUAS-TEACUP
puppies, AKC, males &
remales, long & short
coat many colors, $500
-800. Call 727-237-3872
CHINESE CRESTED pups
AKC 4 hairless 2 males
& 2 females 1 puff male
HIth Cert. $500 to $800
(863) 646-4716 Aft 4p
Chinese Crested Hairless
male, color chocolate.
Very rare. 11 wks old.
Born 1/3/05 Vet v,
shots, microchippedall
papers, very (ovable.
$335727-375-9424
Chinese Crested Pups
AKC Reg, Powder puff
males, $350; Hairless
male $800; 727-856-2287
or 727-992-4544
CHINESE Crested puppies
AKC, teacups/toys,
males & females 3 hair-
less\ 2 pwdr3 puffs,$600
-$2,000.727-237-3872


1480l Dogs I
COCKER SPANIELS, ACA,
9 mo. old, 1 male, 2 fe-
males, buff & red, vet
checked all shots, regis-
tered.813-928-1968.
CORGI PEMBROKE
Adults, AKC. CKC, 3 fe-
males. I male. $250-
$400. 352-523-1360 or
813-299-1626
DACHSHUND Puppies, 8,
Variet of colors,
AKC/CKC, health certs.
$460-$650
813-391-4578,870-1997
DACHSHUND Puppies,
Mini, Purebred, 8 weeks,
2 Males, paper trained
1st shots, $250
813-929-4036
Dachshunds- AKC
MINIATURE WIRE HAIRED
young breeding adults
all 813-855-5213 eves
DOBERMAN AKC now
ready, Red/rust 2M/3F
Outstanding bloodline
$850 firm 813.884.2272
P0# 4-041580
Doberman Pinscher-Red,
7 mo female, AKC champ
bloodline, up to date on
shots, good w/ other
dogs/kids. Moving,
must sell. 813-857-1107
ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPS
Champ line 8 wks,
brindle & wite health
certs, AKC reg. $1400.
813-918-1397
English Bulldog puppies
AC, health certs, firsi
shots all colors males&
females. $1600-$2000.
Must see! 727-219-4955
GERMAN SHEPARD FE-
MALE 2yr AKC German
lines BIk Tan All Shots
Tatooed $600 (813)
645-4949
GERMAN SHEPHERD,
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
German Shepherd pups,
AKC vet certified
BIk/Brn, $450 each. Call
813-633-6886 after 6pm.
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS, CKC, ready 1 Apr.
Vet checked, shots. $450
(813) 758-0650

v GOLDENDOODLES, V
Blondes & Blacks Low
Shed Boys & GirlsVet Q
$600. 423-420-6580 or
423-920-1246
HUSKY Malamut puppies,
1 F, 4 M 6 wks vet ckd
wormed & shots. 2 tan/
wht mask, 3 solid wht.
$200-250813-737-2977
CLASSIFIED WORKS


1480 Dogs I
JACK RUSSELL extra tiny
pup, vet v F, micro-
chipped, tan & white. 8
wks. HIth certs. $400.
813-635-9153 380-4131
LAB Puppies 5F 4M AKC,
yellow, HC, home
raised, view both par-
ents, $450. Call
352-536-2371
LAB Pups AKC, All Choc.
M&F, Family raised,
Health Cert, 1 yrwarran-
ty. $375. Need homes
now! www.
lyleslabradors.com
813-779-2908 997-3707
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$400-$500.352-307-0772
LAB Pups, Black Beauties,
Ms &Fs, POP, AKC Reg,
Health 6erts W/Shots,
$500 813-661-6966
C 813-625-5357
LABRADOR Retrievers
Pups- Yellow, 3 females,
3 males, AKC registered.
$50-$550. C all
352-797-6159, 585-7610
MALTESE Cuties Some
Tiny, Also Yorkie Pup-
pies. betsat@acun.com
Cash Please
941-322-9563
Mini Am. Eskimo (F)
Beautiful for sale 11 mo.
15 bs. trained all shots,
spayed $375 Must Sell,
(407) 619-1461
OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF
9 pups, taking deposits,
Black Mask, good lood-
line, $1,000-1,500. Avail
Apr 1st. POP. Call
813-994-0912
PAPILLON AKC Male
lowks beautiful, will be
small shots, health pa-
pers $795.813-714-9887
PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC,
Beautiful Family raised.
See pictures:
www.pekesandpugs.com
352-591-2271
PEMBROKE CORGI Welsh
Puppies 8 weeks, Health
& pedigree papers, 2
males, Orange & Cute
$850 each 941-932-5506
PIT BULL PUPPIES full
blooded Blue, Males
$300, Females $250. *
est breed in town *
813-728-7429,728-5021
PITBULL PUPPIES red
nosed, 4 wks old, taking
deposits. All colors.
$300 each
813-239-7801
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1480 Dogs I
POMERANIAN PUPS CKC
10 weeks first shots &
hith certs, orange &
white part, $500 each.
813-961-0291
POODLES- pocket sized,
itty bitty, Red & Apricot
$800-$1000 Parents, top
quality, Hth certs,
shots, AKC 863-427-0025
Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
813-662-2592
Lic# P04062440
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
pictures: www.mccartys
ratterriers.com
352-591-2271
RETRIEVER GERMAN
SHEPARD CROSS PUP-
PIES Black puppies f/m
st shots BEAUTIFUL
$125 (813)645-4949
ROTTWEILER Pups, AKC,
Shots, health cert.
German bloodline, block
heads fat & happy! $650
Cash 813-936-2829
SCHIPERKE PUPS, 6 avail.
12 wks. reg. hith cert.
guaranteed. $400.
352-472-4605

SHELTIES-AKC PUPS &
YOUNG ADULTS, shots,
health certificates
$200-$600. For info call
(727)367-51173

SHIH TZU PUPPIES,
AKC/CKC, Ready on
Easter, Imperial & Stan-
dard. $600. Also adult.
813-654-8739 Iv msg.
SHIH-TZU registered
Puppies for sale, $500.
813-649-0508 or
813-508-5188
Siberian Huskies AKC,
pick of litter, blue eyes
silver & white, POP vet
checked, Only $350
813-621-7907
SIBERIAN Husky 9 wks
old, blue eyes, Female,
silver & white, vet v ,
friendly AKC w/kennel.
$500.813-857-2144

TERRIER PUPS AKC,
CAIRNS & SCOTTIES See
pictures: www.
mccartysterriers.com
352-591-2271
Wheaton Terriers, soft-
coated, parents on site,
reg., shots health certs.
Males $650. Ready now.
813-741,9967
Yorkshire Terrier
Pick of the litter!
Male $1200.
727-534-4730
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weeks, Health Cert. & Sat. 4/1-4/2 7am-3m available for adoption, Class A, diesel pusher, travel trailer 1990, new buyer must pick up. stereo, bimini, Mooring Benjamin Rd., boats,
POP, at 14606 Sydney Rd. 5 Fruits & very cute, great person- Too much to list. $35k tires, fridge converter & $1000 or better offer cover, Galvanized trIr, RV's, auto, trucks.
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Kittens &Cats McDavid St, Fri & Sat $6/fiat or 2 for $10, to- Blue-eyed 1997 reg APHA A, perfectcond, every micro, refrig, full bath, good condition, 375 l hrs, topGPS Storage-Secureoutside
tten Cat April 1 & 2. 7AM Chil- mates, fresh reens Sorrel/Overo gelding, opt sleeps 6, air susp. new Qn ma, new tires allon. $300. late, windlass an-an cover storage.
Free to good home. dren Clothes and toys, etc Sat & Sun. a-dusk $4K. Dressae, western really mustsee,63K mi, & sprigs db axle, sway 13-239-6030 chor,$24k813-404-6186 SouthBayStorage.com
Spayed, neutered some Misc household items I-4 to Exit 10, ML Kin & trails. Fun ride. $13,900 obo.813.805.9136 bar &hitch& lots ofex- Hotub 21.5 MINT CONDITION 813-677-2000
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PlantuCity.-813-650-e999- South, Riverview. Bowrider, 1991, 4.3L Benjamin Rd., boats,
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her's Choice photopage Bud Way off of Prosse Favorite Farms is now cows. Also blk Angus 813-643-1417 689-6242, 1996 rowler Grea SPA!MustSell!7-person FF. Nice is/si oa $40+/mo Secured loc'n
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Services layforlifeors& due to 28' 1992 TerrTau Manyextrasrus,124500K ead w/daded exc cndrail-A cve trr, 2 person water Gulfrt $900
GreenFrogspawn 17. ofmcitems Dover. 1-4 to exit & OBO. 239-851-8584 must see! $19,700 tue, acets skis, wae 813-935-9159
BEAGLEpu hith PLANT CITY, 804 Russell Livestock HAY FOR SALE. Bah 40AMERICAN Ea 2000 352-567-7605 boar tow nes $6500 25Mak 88, WAC, Mere 19 Automotive
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2 0426N Cree cop MCall Be. Ec .4 tended 2Warranty$129K slides, Perf Cond, Load.- cond. closure, exc. cond with n t i o oengone







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629 Trucks Light
9 Duty
FORD 2000 F150 Lariat,
Super Cab Triton 5.4 V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr,
Exc Cond! $11999 obo
813-935-6517/361-9308
FORD 2000 F150 Red/grey
exc cond., new tires &
brakes, bed liner,
AM/FM cass., tilt tow-
ing pkg. $9500. 477-9875
FORD 2000 RANGER XLT, 4
dr X cab auto 6 cyl,
loaded, CD, new tires, Fg
tonneau, 69K, no smkr
$8100 obo 813-251-6743
FORD 2001 F150 Apl Bch
mint condition V6, grf
gas mlge, p/s p/bA7C,
bed liner. A'skmg$8,450.
Call 813-641-8144
FORD 2001 F150 Super
Crew Lariat, 2WD,
BIk/Tan, tow pkg, pwr
moonroof, 6 disc A.R.E.
lid, meticulously
maintained, very clean,
114K hwy mi. $14,500.
863-670-9778
FORD 2003 F150, 4WD,
STD, V6, 19K, bed cov.,
stereo, sec. sys., tint,
whls & tires. $16,400.
Call (813)289-3496
FORD 2003 F150 XLT, su-
per crew, 5.4, tow pkkg
24K mi, mint, beautiful,
FM CD, senior owned.
$19,900 813-933-5658
NISSAN 2000 PICKUP SE
MODEL CREW CAB, I
owner, 51,500 mi, Bal-
ance of 100k warranty,
Green, Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyli. $11,500, Lakeland
(863) 644-2623
TOYOTA 2001 TUNDRA
LTD V8, bik, loaded, 88K,
100K warr, extras, exc
cond $15,500 obo (813)
293-1187/(352)588-11111
TOYOTA 2002 TACOMA
4dr preRunner, 31k, auto
bedlnr, slvr/blk w/chro-
me trim all pwr, exc
$16,000 (727) 712-1225
Toyota 2003 Tundra BLK,
4dr, SR5 V6, warr., ga-
raged, step bars, alloys,
Michellins, extras.
$19,500 352-848-1112
1 I Trucks- *
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 2000 HD 3500 Ser.
4x4 w/dana front end,
dually, cabinchaise 60K
mi. $12,500.
863-859-5769
Chevy 2004 Diesel Dually,
10K mi,4 door, duramax,
leather, all toys. SELL
$34,900. Listed at
$41,600.863-314-8786.
FORD 1973 Wrecker F600,
twin booms runs good,
nice truck heavy duty,
$3750.8k3-478-9180

FORD 1981 F-350 6 cyl 305,
4 speed Flat bed w/rail,
new clutch and pressure
plate, Runs Goods.
Needs body work had
rust $975. 813-220-5732
or 813-752-8534

FORD 2000 F350
12ft box w/tommy gate,
V8 AC 82K mi $10,500
obo. Call 813-363-3733
FORD 2000 F350 Lariet
Crew Cab, Diesel Dually,
Auto., Lid, 5th Wheel,
White/Gold, 95,000 mi,
$22,700, Super Buy (813)
689-7662
INTERNATIONAL 1994
4600 Rollback Indepen-
dent whl lift, 7.3L Diesel,
5sp, air, pwr wins.
$16,000 (863) 280-5428
ISUZU 1989 NPR diesel
flatbed, stand trans, 136k
miles, new brakes &
tires $6500.
813-685-8499.
I 4-Wheel
630 0 Drive

Dodge 2001 Ram 1500,
factory off road pkg,
great stereo, 83k mi, ex-
cellent condition.
$11,500.813-210-1364
DODGE RAM 2002 1500
SPORT 27,500 mi Gray,
Quad Cab AT. 4WD, 5.4
L, Hard /onneau,
Cool/Tow pkg., Book
22K -, asking $19,750.
Cell: (813) 404-4518
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


0 4-Wheel
630 4Drive I

FORD 1993 Bronco 4x4,
351 motor, exc shape,
$5000. OBO
813-433-6933 or
813-737-9025




FORD 1999 FISO 4,4
6cyl auto, ps, ac,
am/fm, air bags, abs,
int., fiberglass tilt bed
cover, new transmis-
sion all-terrain tires,
$6,560. 813-931-8900
JEEP 1982 CJ7, frame-off
restoration, fresh, 360
V8, power trane &paint,
95% complete. Trans-
ferred oversees, must
sell. $5,500.
813-654-6674 -789-4185
LAND ROVER 1988, for
parts only, runs excel-
lent A/C works $1,500
firm. 813-837-3559.
Leave message.
16311 Vans I
CHEVY 1997 VAN Looks &
Runs Great. Choo Choo
customs, tv/VCR, cold
AC, mood lighting, elec-
tric bed in rear, 5.7 V8.
$4000 obo 813-961-1507
or 813-781-0999
CHEVY 1998 Venture, exc.
coend cloth int 89K mi,
ice cold AC, w/tint runs
great, x-x-clean. $5500
obo. Call 813-631-0442
Chrysler 2004 Town &
Country Limited, mini
van, 17,500 mi, Ithr, exc
condition $6k firm.
813-633-5769
DODGE 1993 Caravan 78K
mi, new trans, CV's, AC,
tires, head. Warranty
Exc cond, runs like new.
$2400 813-340-7949
DODGE 1994 B150 Black,
AC, CD, good tires
clean, 8 pass, running
boards, exc cond. $4300
obo. 813-817-9065
DODGE 1998 GRAND CAR-
AVAN 64k miles. One
owner, loaded-$6200
See photos: www.bay-
areawindow.com/ Hop-
eR/Photos/Caravan.

htm Call (813) 920-4872
DODGE 1999 Ram full size
cony van, auto, V8 78K
mi, allelec, TV,VCR, Blk,
looks & runs great.
$10,750 813-805-6479
DODGE 2005 Handicap
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 12,000
miles. Call 72r-492-1630.

FORD 1994 Mustang GT
convert, V8, 5.OL, 5 spd
new tires & top, just
serviced, white w/tan
Ithr.$4950 813-309-3929
FORD 1999 Conversion
Van Extra Clean, dual
air, Triton V8 110k mi,
every option, 8500. For
details:813-975-0519
HONDA 2000 Odyssey EX
loaded, new brakes, 92K
mi book value $12,240
asking $9,995. Call
727-42-3589
HONDA 2000 Odyssey LX,
Sray 92K, non smoker,
14,00.813-300-4028 or
813-766-9701
6 1 Sport Utility
632 Vehicles

CADILLAC 2003 Escalade,
AWD, burgundy, 23"
chrome whIs/tires, Ithr,
CD sunroof XX clean,
$36,995 813-601-2252
CHEVY 1995 BLAZER S104
dr, Teal, cruise, all pow-
er, AM/FM, cass, 184K
miles. Immaculate!
$2900 Call 813-786-0678
Chevy 1995 Suburban LT
1500, dual air, rear seat,
Ithr, 65k miles, loaded,
36k transferable wrty,
$9800.813-961-8763
CHEVY 1999 Suburban LT,
87K mi. exc. cond. Ithr,
front & rear air, tow pkg.
CD, all pwr, keyless,
$12,400.813-269-8765
Chevy 2002 Tahoe, mint
cond, 1 owner, 40K mi.
Tow pkg, loaded, CD.
$21,000 Call Ed for appt
813-205-9851


632 Sport Utility
ecls
DODGE 2002 DURANGO,
White w/grey cloth inte-
rior, 36K mipw, great
condition,$1500. Call
813-949-4997
FORD 1998 Expedition Ed-
die Bauer, loaded, 4x4,
V8 Triton, 6 cd, towing
Pk 1 10k mi, Black/Tan.
960.813-469-8623
FORD 1998. Explorer
Sport, black, goodcond,
custom stereo, good
a/c, new trans, great
shape e!Like new interior
$5,000813-248-5545
FORD 1999 EXPLORER
SPORT 58,000 mi Blue,
Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyf., New
Tires Very Clean, $6,500
obo (813) 707-8908
FORD 1999 Explorer XLT,4
door, white w/tan leath-
er interior, one owner,
95k miles, $6500 obo.
813-966-5534.
FORD 1999 Explorer XLT,
4dr, Black w/Grey int,
94k miles, one owner,
very good condition.
$6290.216-965-6797
FORD 1999 Explorer 4WD,
Eddie Bauer, Lt Grn
w/tan Ithr, snrf, CD, 57K
mi, looks & runs great.
$12,500.813-920-0145
FORD 20000 EXPEDITION E.
Bauer, 4.6L, all pwr, wht
Ithr, keylss, cd/dvd/lcd
scrns, 88K, 1 owner, gar'd
$14.5Kobo813-671-3107
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer edition, ful-
ly loaded, 39k mi
$24,000. Call
813-785-4171
FORD 2002 EXPEDITION,
Light Gray, Leather inte-
rior, loaded, 42K mi, like
new. $16K.
i' 813-258-37491'
FORD 2003 Explorer Sport
XLT V6 auto, all pwr,
dual airiags, cd, running
brds, 17Kmi orig. owner
$17,500 727 688-3205
GMC 1998 SUBURBAN
139,000 mi, White,
Sports Utility, 2 WD, 8
Cyl. $7,200, Super Buy,
Great Value (813)
672-0623
GMC 1999 Yukon Denali
(Escalade body style),
Ithr, 4WD, loaded, all pwr
new tires 100K mi $13,000
obo 813-376-6746 eves
HONDA 1999 CRV Orig
owner, 89K mi, Excellent
condition in/out.
garaged, $9,300 OBO
813 503-0939
HONDA 2001 CRV, auto,
electric blue PW PD,
like new in/out 7 yr
100K mi warr, $12,900
obo. 813-299-6117
INFINITY 2001 QX4, all
power Pearl White, 2 yr
extended warranty, exc.
condition, new tires.
$15,950.813-960-9116
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Burgundy, loaded,
145k mi, looks & runs
great. $6500.
813-218-3700
JEEP 2000 GR. Ch. LTD 4x4,
58k mi. silver, Ithr, pwr,
loaded, towable auto
starter & running board,
ext warr. $15,500 obo.
727-772-7145
JEEP 2002 GRAND
CHEROKEE, black V8
leather, loaded, mnust
see! $13,990. Please call:
813-334-3248
Land Rover 2003 Discov-
ery SE, Bronze with Tan
leather 27K mi., 2 sun-
roofs, loaded. $25,999
obo. 813-966-4113
LANDROVER 2002 FREE-
LANDER SE 36k miles
leather, sunroof. Must
see! $16,500 Many Op-
tions! 813-949-0768
NISSAN 1987 Pathfinder,
V-6, 4 whl drive,
runs strong, body in good
shape. $950 obo.
813-748-8757
Nissan 2000 Xterra V6, 2
wd, CD, running boards,
roof rack, all pwr opt
70K mi, priced to sell
S$9,500 obo 813-215-5538
NISSAN 2002 Pathfinder
LE Silver/black leather,
4 dr, sunrf, 28k mi, 6 CD
changer, 2 wheel drive,
$18,500.813-877-6388


632 S rt Ut ility
6321 Vehicles

PONTIAC 2002 Aztec GT
12kmi,auto,4dr,V6,AC,
CD, power, alloy wheels,
fact warr. $7950obo.
813-786-5529
PORSCHE 2004 CAYENNE
Turbo SUV, dIx, must
sell, low mi, fully
equipped $84,900. Carl
Maura at 305-531-3535
RANGE ROVER, 1998, 4.0
exc. cond. new tires,
transferable warranty,
Best offer 813-935-3000

SCION 2005 XB black
6500 miles excellent
condition. Moving must
sell. $15,000.
813-835-5702.
TOYOTA 2003 4-RUNNER
SR5, sport pkg., 26k mi,
like new, sun roof, gar.
kept mustsee. 24,900.
813.65.1486813.191.1659
1634 | Go Carts I
Yerf-dog GX150, 7.8HP, 4
stroke 150cc, electric
start. Paid over $1600.
Asking $1100obo. Call
Sammy 813-246-0046
16351 Motorcycles I
Chopper 2005 Rigid,
4-6-41, 5 degree trees,
127 ci, 140 hp, ultima,
300 rear tire, all chrome.
$29,900.863-324-5168
DUCATI 2002 998, Red,
1,450 mi, rare perfect
cond, gar'd, Akrapovic
pipes, $11,900. Call
S 813-545-5643
HARLEY 1948 DAVIDSON
300 mi on rebuilt "E'
model engine. 1st
panhead engine Harley
ever buil t, 1949
Hydraglide front end,
swing arm frame, bike is
solid & rides nice. Only
needs cosmetics.
$12,500. Call Chip @
727-457-5811
Harley 1997 Sportster
converted to Heritage
soft tail. One of a kind!
Must see to believe!
Over $18k invested. Sell
$10,500.813-752-4130
Harley Davidson 2001883
Sportster, 5k mi, blue,
exc condo, chrome,
windshld, $5500.
813-986-1709 624-7296
HARLEY 2002 883 Sports-
ter, Only 5k mi, just per-
formed 5k mi serve @
dealer, Ford controls,
garage ket, $5,400
813-244-6523Mustsell!
HARLEY 2004 Screamin'
Eagle Duece: Cobalt &
black 1550 cc chromed
out ,3 spoke Detonator
whls, 180mm R tire, HD
sec sys. 1 of the most
beautiful bikes in the
world. Pd $31,500. Need
$24,000.813-205-6666
HONDA 1995 CR250R, Too
fast for owner! just fact
tuned, new plastic, must
sell. $1200. Call Greg
813-918-6618
HONDA 1998 CR250 adult
ridden, runs great,
$2200; 1998 Kawasaki
KX80, $1000.
813-376-8331
HONDA 2003 CRF450
adult owned, aftermar-
ket access, runs strong,
new items extra parts
$4200813-788-103 eves
Kawasaki 1981 KZ750,
runs fast, great shape,
$1,750 obo.
352-799-2761.

Kawasaki 2001 ZX7R, all
stock, yellow & black,
6000 mi. Very clean
runs & rides perfect
$4900 863-698-4214
KAWASAKI 2002 VULCAN
1500 MEAN STREAK 8k
miles looks & runs great.
Vance & Hines pipes &
more. $7,500 Bill @ (813)
757-0645
KAWASAKI 2003 Vulcan
Mean Street: 1500cc
custom Cobra exh. w/
Cobra fuel commander,
fuel-injected chrome
pkg, 1800 mi. $9000 obo.
813-657-9887
Ninja 1998 ZX6R
w/extras. 189K miles.
$4000 firm.
727-243-8692;
727-376-6687


1635 | Motorcycles I
SUZUKI !993 1400 Irru.-
er. Windshield, saddle-
bags, gar. kept, female
driven, excellent cond.
$2895 obo. 813-684-3130
Suzuki 2000 Katana 750,
ex cond7K mli Yoshi-mu-
ra exhaust, tank bra, gel
seat, grips, helmetjack-
et. $4600813-677-5977

SUZUKI 2001 RM85 After
market suspension,
silencer. In good shape
$1400 (941)238-8822
SUZUKI 2002 1500 Intrud-
er LC, 24k mi, silver &
white chrome, windshld
& saddlebags. $5500
813-986-1709 624-7296
VW 1998 Trike, 1950 cc's,
twin webber carbs,
chrome wheels, elec-
tronic ignition, dual gas
tanks & roll bar, $6500.
352-684-1659.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
WANTED: CASH TODAY
FOR YOUR
MOTORCYCLE
CALL DON
813-493-4934
1636 Golf Carts
1997 Club Car, 48 volt with
charger, headlights, tail
lights, windshield.
Green & tan, exc cond.
$1675 obo 813-300-0114
GOLF CARS: 2002 E-Z Go
$2000.2001 E-Z Go $1800
E-Z Go 36 volt remain.
cars $3295.'02 Club Cars
$1935 Call 800-571-1644

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
|637 ITVs I
Honda 2005 Rancher
ES 350, 2WD, automatic,
used 12 mi, $3400.
352-583-3572 after 6

Polaris 2003 Trailblazer
250's (X2), automatic,
sold as set only.
$4,800 for both.
813-657-1879
I11 Vehicles
640 1 Wanted

DONATE YOUR CAR, boat
or RV to help children
fighting diabetes. Tax
deduct leandfreetow-
ing. Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation
thanks you. Please call
1-800-578-0408.
DONATEyour car and
help the blind. Tax
deductible. Free towing.
Free phone card to
donors with ad #3456.
Heritage For The Blind
1-800-2-donate.
www.taxdeduction.com
CARS, TRUCKS, VANS
for donations. SINGLE
MOM'S need your USED
Vehicles to go to work &
doctor visits. Tax credit
given from People for
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Call Today 813-781-8770
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Help those suffering
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towing and Tax deduct-
ible. 1-800-835-9372
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CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-630-9201 Or
813-728-7979

$$$4CARS
We buy Good, Bad
& Ugly Cars!!
TOP PAY 813-453-3136
$$$$ CASH $$$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
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640 Wanted
WANTED
DEADORALIVE
Cars, trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464 813.760.2656
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1950 pick-up, 5
window cab. runs, many
new parts, needs some
restoration. $1500.
813-684-0604
CHEVY 1950 Styline
Deluxe, all original,
needs driving, $4500.
813-754-1050

Chevy 1964 Corvair Mon-
zaConvertible, Blue/
White, runs great, ga-
rage kept, ery nice, au-
to. $5500.727-278-2523

CHEVY 1966 Truck
350 engine p/steering,
runs good, $5,500. Call
813-909-2979
Chevy 1969 Chevelle
Malibu, 350 V-8, auto,
blue. $10,000 obo
813-996-3193
Cell 477-8252
CHEVY 1979 Corvette L82,
new red paint, new black
leather int, T-tops,116k
mi, runs great, $9000 obo.
www.onestopmotors.
com/view-detail.
asp?adid = 5122
352-238-3466
FERARI 1984 MONDIAL
CABRIOLET Quatrovole
Red/tan 31K original
miles, just had major
service. $35K obo.
813-810-5394
FORD 1976 T-Bird, 78k mi,
very nice int., needs
paint, $4000
863-709-9307
LINCOLN 1973 Mark IV, all
ori, 46,300 mi, paint,
leather int, new
Michelin tires. $6200.
813-478-9180

OLDS 1977 442
w/355 engine needs en-
gine work, $1,200. Call
evenings 813-884-4449
PORSCHE 1973 911 Targa
Silver & Black, Alarm,
CD, Amp, Custom,
Excellent Condition!
$15,000 813-546-1865.

VW1 1973
Stick shift, in very good
shape, driven daily, ask-
ing $2,500.813-362-4279
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407) 620-6295
Hobbiest-dash automo-
tive lift, 70001bs, used
only as storage rack,
moving must sell. $1700.
813-759-6805
ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC
CARS for sale. Call
863-763-6266 or
863-697-1319
striebelautosales.com.
i Station
648 |WagonsI

FORD 1994 Taurus S/,
3rd seat auto, V6, AC, all
pwr, 2nd owner, all
main rec. gar kept.
$2150.813-300-8930
MERCURY 1997 SABLEV6-
24V Cold AC 7 Pass All
Pwr New Tire Airm Exc
Mech Cnd 98,000 $3,185
813-390-1984
1 Automobiles
649 For Sale

BMW 1990 535i blkw/tan
Ithr, auto, cold ac, new
tires, sunrf, PW/PL, just
svcd,exccond, 181k mi
S$4300 obo. 813-996-3054
or cell- 507-358-6316
BMW 1997 7Z3. black, CD,
flawless, 114K hwy
miles, completely ser-
viced & ready for sale.
$9,900 obo 813-215-5538
BMW 1998 7401 32K orig.
miles, 1 owner, sport
whis, prem. sound, ga-
raged, like new in/out.
$24,500.813-968-5262
BMW 1999 750iL, V12, 4
door, excellent cond.
loaded, all extras incl.,
bit in phone, reg srvc.
$28K. 813-789-3637
BMW 2000 328i, 1 owner
premier pkg, sports pkg,
Black/Black lthr, like
new, road miles.
$15,000.813-908-7137
BMW 2000 M ROADSTER,
(rare), Imola Red, Black
hides, fully optioned,
low mi, BMW cert. warr.
thru 05/06. Pristine
$25,900. 727-798-1362
BMW 2001 330xi Perfect
Condition All Wheel
Drive, Jet Black w/Sand
Leather, Must Sell,
$21,900 obo 813-855-9485
BMW 2003 325X1 Fully
Loaded, 39,250 mi, Steel
Blue, Sedan, 5 Speed,
AWD, 6 Cyl. Still under
maintenance agree-
ment. Excellent Condi-
tion. $27,000 (813)
971-7408
BMW 2004 325CI 18k mi,
rare oxford green 5 sp,
loaded, mint, must see.
$31,900 obo,
727-798-9458
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I Automobiles
649 For Sale

BUICK 1983 Riviera
Convertiable, Great car,
many new parts, runs
great, new Ithr interior.
$4500 813-657-7463
BUICK 1993 Roadmaster
Estate Wagon, loaded,
Ithr, air, 5.7 eng.
Must See. $4,600 obo.
813-835-3284
Buick 1995 Roadmaster
Estate Wagon, loaded,
looks/runs great, no
rust, new tires, 118k mi.
$5300.813-633-5769
CADILLAC 2000 El Dorado
ESC, Wht Diamond w/
chrome pkg & whlis, tan
int., tinted, new tires,
Northstar, garaged
Gorgeous, warr avail
45K$18500 727.415.9999
CHEVY 1991 Lumina runs
great, PW, strong trans-
portation $1100 OBO,
813-752-7221
CHEVY BLAZER 1996 Ex-
cellent Condition,
150,000 mi, Green
Sports Utility, Auto. 4
WD, 6 Cyl. $3,000 OBO
(813) 918-0474
CHEVY 1997 CAMARO
Z28, AC, P/S, P/W, T-top,
Ithr seats, prem. sound
sys, 6-spd, good condo
$5399.813-892-9392
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA LTZ,
4 door, sedan, V6 3.8 en-
gine, 48K mi., Ithr, moon
roof, all power, auto.
$6,060.813-780-8636
CHEVY 2000 Z28 CAMERA
46,600 mi Red T-Top, 2
WD, 8 Cyf. Cust Magna-
flow exhaust $14,500
obo, Must See, Low
Miles (813) 831-0315
CHEVY 2002 CORVETTE
Coupe, loaded, Lo-Jack,
ext warranty, 29594 mi
ww.rootintl.com/vette
(813) 927-0735
CHEVY 2002 CORVETTE
Coupe, loaded, Lo-Jack,
ext warranty, 29594 mi
ww.rootintl.com/vette
(813) 927-0735
CHRYSLER 1990 Imperial
Runs great, cold A/C,
excellent interior &
exterior $1450.
Call 813-963-6829
CHRYSLER 2002 300M
Leather, Fully Loaded,
Exceptionally Clean,
$13,500 OB0 Chris
813-672-1076
CHRYSLER 2002 Sebring
LXI convertible 22 000
milebleather, $16,500.
352-683-3800.
CORVETTE 1987 custom
paint, modified engine,
80K mi., $12,0000 bo.
813-684-5865
CORVETTE 1996, Red, exc
cond, auto, 59k miblack
interior, $1E,900 obo
352-383-9739
CORVETTE 2003 50TH
A n n i v e r s a ry
Convertible Excellent
Condition 16,500 mi.
$40K obo 352-797-7670
CORVETTE 2003, black on
blk, chrome whlis, heads
up, sports seats dual
climate control, 12 disc
orig. owner, non smoker
excellent cond. Very Hot
Car. Must sell. $32,500
firm or will take partial
trade. 813.431.7664
FORD 1995 MUSTANG 5
spd, good cond, 2 door,
blue green, 7K mi.
$3,800.813-288-7381

FORD 1997 TBIRD, all pwr,
sunroof, reese hitch, cli-
mate cntrl, CD, rear win.
defrost runs great.
$3,900. 813-654-2593
FORD 2000 Escort ZX2
Red, alloy wheels, 2dr,
A/C, auto, 89K, 32mpg,
runs great$3000
813265-0071
Ford 2001 Mustang GT
Convertible, auto, Ithr,
V8 bullet wheels, Mach
460 sound, $14,900obo.
863-873-9583
FORD 2003 EXP 42,000 mi,
Eddie Baur, Green
Sports Utility,, 2 WD 8
Cyl. $23,50066 (813)
629-7970
FORD 2003 FOCUS ZTS 4-
dr sedan 4cyl Z-Tech
Eng. Leather, Premium
Sound Sys, Alum Alloy
Whis. $10,500.671-8938
FORD 2003 Mustang GT
Convertable, auto, 20k
mi, blue, black top, Ithr,
premium wheels.
$19,500.813-936-0668
HONDA 1993 Del Sol
black, automatic, hard
top convertible, 130k mi,
$2000 obo.
813-792-9082
HONDA 1996 Civic DX
101k mi, black, very well
maint, runsoreat, all re-
cords. $3800 obo.
813-250-9634
HONDA 1999 Accord 4dr,
EX-VL 82K mi, White,
V6, Ithr, snrf, all pwr,
one owner, exc cond.
$10,000.813-948-4642
Honda 2000 Accord LX 4
dr, silver, 1 owner, 46K
miles, Exc condition!
$9,200 813-932-1686

HONDA 2000 S, Must see,
52000, every option, fac-
tory spoiers, cover
w/lowJack, mint cond
$20,000,813-781-4884


6 4 Automobiles
649 | For Sale

Honda 2001 Civic LX,
sedan, white, 5 spd, 1
owner, Exc condition!
17k miles, $9,000
813-932-1686
HONDA 2002 ACCORD V6,
EX, 41K mi, red, spoiler,
sunroof, alloy wheels.
Excellent condition
$17,500.813-661-5850
HONDA 2004 ACCORD EX
Moon roof, leather, au-
to, 45K mi, satellite radio
system, alloys. $17,988

HYUNDAI 2001 Tiburon,
loaded, clean, leather
int. sunroof. Must see!
$8800 obo. 813-382-1756

JAGUAR 2004 X TYPE
Leather, moon roof au-
to, 3.0 V6, all wheel
drive, under 30K mi,
w/fac warranty $21,998
731-423-4333
JEEP WRANGLER SPORT
2003 21,025 mi, Wht, soft
top,5speed,4WD,4.0L,
6 Cyl., A/C CD, chrome
bm prs, 30 tires, alum
whIs $17,000 (813)
651-2565
Lexus 2001 IS300, very
good cond, loaded, Ithr,
sunroof, one owner.
$16,900.813-629-0673
LEXUS 2001 IS300, 28,500
mi, Silver, auto, female
driven, exc cond,
$21,900 813-966-2009
Lexus 2002 GS430, Millen-
nium silver, black leath-
er 25k miles, fully load-
ed, navigation system,
all power, chrome rims.
$35,500.813-817-4889
LEXUS 2002 SC430 Cony,
good tires, GPS Navig.,
under 30K mi. Chrome
wheels. Warranty.
$44,500 941-924-7930
A Dock Full of Deals in the
Boating Classifications
everyday!
Lincoln 1991 Continental,
$500
813-866-5497
Lincoln 1999 Towncar,
53k miles, white ext,
blue leather, $13,500.
813-907-7856
Mazda 2003 Miata Con-
vertible SE, 6 sp ABS
Ithr, bose 6 CD, all pow-
er, 4 cyl, Blue/Grey top.
$17,000.813-643-5218
MERCEDES 1989 420 SEL
Champagne, Doctor's
car, wed maintained,
272K mi $5000.
813-277-0222
MERCEDES 1991 E300 Die-
sel, 150K mi, White/tan
int, runsgrt, needs noth-
ing, gd tires, 2nd owner
$5000 813-920-4333
MERCEDES 1993 500SEL
Excellent Condition
Best Offer
813-935-3000

MERCEDES 1994 500SL
convertible gold. 90K
mint condition, single
owner, dealer main-
tained, new stereo,
tires, top for $18,995.
813-335-6201,334-7714.
MERCEDES 1995 S420 V8,
auto, sunroof, BIk/Tan
Ithr, only 88K mi, all pwr
exc mech condo, immac!
$15,995.813-362-2136
MERCEDES 1997 E320
beige, exc. cond. 88K
miles, 6-disc CD, 4.3 V8,
garage kept, well maint.
$10,950.813-541,5191
Mercedes 1997 E320, 2nd
owner, garage kept,
dealer serviced 6 disk
cd 98k miles. $10,500.
813-431-4222
MERCEDES 1999 E320 1
owner, 86K mi silver,
non-smoker, loaded.
Good cond. $15,500. Call
727-505-7765
MERCEDES 1999 ML430
V8, Ithr, all pwr, BOSE
stereo, 6 CD plyr. Exc.
cond. $18,000 obo (863)
559-4745/665-1068 eve
MERCEDES 1999 SL 500
Silver over silver, ga-
rage kept new tires ex-
tra clean, loaded. FREE
hard top rack $29,995.
813-334-8035
MERCEDES 2000 E320 Se-
dan, loaded, V6, 3.2L,
51k mi, great condition,
$21,000 obo.
813-792-9082.
Mercedes 2001 CL very
good cond, loaded, Ithr,
sunroof, one owner.
$39,900.813-629-0673
Mercedes 2003 SLK 230
convertible, white, exc
cond, 21k. $37,500.
727-365-2128
MERCURY 1999 Grand
Marquis, V8 47K mi,
pwr, A/C, auto, beige,
exc cond. new tires
$7800.813-661-9615
MERCURY 2001 SABLE LS
Silver w/gray Ithr int.
chrome wheels, 6CD
changer, low mi, All
power, auto, Exc. Cond.
$7,500 813-918-1000
MITSUBISHI 1997 Eclipse
GST convertible,
bronze/tan Ithr 5 spd
excellent cond. Must
sell $6850 813-997-8787
Mitsubishi 2000 Gallant
V6, 4 dr, white, all pow-
er, sunroof, AM/FM CD
player, clean, 76K. $7490
Obo. 813-253-0000


I Automobiles
649 For Sale
Mitsubishi 2002 Diamante
Loaded, very clean, take
over balance before
3/20. Garage kept.
$309/mo. 813-956-6740
MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
ES, Gray, like new, 30K
mi, non-smoker. $9,000
813-840-2905
or 813-334-8788
NISSAN 1993 300ZX, 2x2,
t-tops, cream w/tan in-
terior, auto, just rebuilt,
127k miles, $6495.
813-920-9202.
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA SE,
5-spd 78K mi, $9700.
813-684-6615 or
813-924-8677

PONTIAC 1996 Sunfire
convertible, 70k mi,
$2900.813-469-4718
Pontiac 2001 Grand Prix
GT 2 dr, bik, AT all pwr,
custom whis, Alpine cd,
pwr chip, very clean! 1
owner 36k mi $10,499
813-361-7643 963-1295
Porsche 1986 928S, exc
cond, sunroof, PS, ABS,
-auto, $9500. All mainte-
nance records 73k mi.
Randy-941-737-1134
Porsche 2001 911, all Bk,
6K, flawless, 18in whls
litronics, snrf, warr. Org.
$77K reduced $54K obo
863-680-5395 680-3434
PORSCHE 2004 911 LOW
miles, Lapis Blue, Conv.,
MSRP $95K Showroom
Condition $75K (813)
468-3865
SAAB 200195 AERO 4 cyl,
turbo, black, new
wheels, new hp tires,
leather, sunrf, all pwr,
Onstar, security sys
CD/cass, AM/FM, AC, 1
owner. $12,800. 30K mi.
941-773-1218
Saturn 1995 SL2 pwr
steering, tiltwhl, CD, du-
al bags, ABS traction
cntrl, auto, 137k miles,
$2606obo. 813-546-4805
Saturn 1996 SL2, Green,
54k miles, manual, runs
great, cold AC, $3000.
813-899-0035
SUBARU 2002 WRX Silver,
Sedan, 5 Speed, AWD,
Turbo Charged 4 Cyl.
$13,250 65,000 mi., ex-
tras included, Must Sell,
Super Buy 813-661-1770
TOYOTA 1990 Camry 4
dr/4 cyl/5 spd stick/
new AC, reliable one
owner 124k mi. $2700
obo. 813-963-0056
TOYOTA 1992 CELICA
GTS, auto, A/C, sn rf,
100k mi, rear body
damage $1,650
813-884-8913
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY
XLE, V6 gold pckg, CD/
AM/FM stereo cass, lthr,
keyless entry, lo-jack.
$4,500813-837-9425
813-486-4675; 629-9911
TOYOTA 1996 Celica con-
vertible, 78k original mi,
immaculate $4500.
813-469-4718
Toyota 1998 Camry Great
reliable car, white, grey
int, 139k mi, everything
works great,$4900 obo.
813-376-823b0 685-7722
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY LE,
4-dr, VG cond, 1 owner
N/S Tan auto, AC0 all
pwr, AMFM/CD $5900.
813-541-2650
TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT-
S, 80K mi, 6spd, Red,
Black Ithr, side airbags,
moonroof, spr, $9,500.
813-728-0815
TOYOTA 2001 Corolla CE,
g old, 73K, non smoker,
$750.813-300-4028 or
813-766-9701
VOLVO 1990 240DL Silver
Sedan, very clean, great
looking car, new tires
well maintained 145K
mi, $2,450.813-765-4126
Volvo 1994 960 white,
109k, exc cond, Doctor's
wife's car. $6000.
813-277-0222

VOLVO 1995 850 Turbo
Wgn, 86K, Dk Red/Gray
leather, auto, Ext. warr.,
Exc cond, Sunroof,
$7,200 813-982-0078
Volvo 1997 850 GLT wag-
on, turbo, all pwr, 6 cyl,
sunrf, Ithr, gray, 98K mi,
dealer maintained, exc
cond $9K 813-971-6667
VW 1997 Jetta GLX VR6
118K mi., black, leather
interior, 5spd, sun roof,
power windows. $5,500.
813-991-1216
VW 2000 GTI tropic or-
ange, blk Ithr 18" rims,
FULLY LOADED, exc
cond, 51K mi. $15,000
obo 813-835-9855
VW 2001 Jetta GLX, VR6,
auto, Black w/grey Ithr
int, snrf, 6 disc CDchgr,
alloys, ice cold AC, x-cond
$11,000813-394-5070
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April 8 May 15:
Maria Brito: Reflections on the Human
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Maria Emilia: Life Performances 2002-05
Jean-Claude Legagneur: Vivid
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Brazil 2005 Festival


March 30 April 30: Brazil 2005 Festival


Florida Craftsmen

March 24 -May 14: Exhibition: Deep
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March 25 May 14: Exhibition: Ermin,
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April 2 3: Story Telling in Mixed Media
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April 7: Bohemian Rhapsody


Gulf Coast Museum of Art

Now May 1: Exhibition: Out of Cuba:
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March 19: Annual Benefit Event


Third Annual Hispanic Cultural
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April 9: Third Annual Hispanic Cultural
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Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg

March 19 June 12: Jaime Avila:
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April 9: Lecture on Jaime Avila's work

May 22: Gallery Talk: Jaime Avila:
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Salvador Dali Museum


April 8: Poetry Reading: Poetas del Cono
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Skipper's Smokehouse

April 9: WMNF presents Los Amigos
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Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center

April 10: Franco De Vita

April 12: Maria Rita

April 13: Claudia Calderon

April 14: Son de Madera

April 16: Teatro Negro de Barlovento
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Tampa International Film Festival

April 1 9: Tampa International Film
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Tampa Museum of Art

April 2 July 3: Arte 2005: Latin
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April 7: Art for Lunch: Monica Naugle


University of South Florida

March 20 April 30: Exhibition: Words in
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March 28 April 8: Esterio Segura,
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March 29: Opening Reception: Words
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April 1 June 30: Latin American Artists
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April 7 17: Cuban Bread- ,
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April 8: Opening Reception:
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April 8 July 15: Exhibition: Los
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April 8: Closing Reception Esterio
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April 8: Tour of USF Exhibitions with
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April 8: Symposium: South to North:
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April 8 17: Exhibition: Tampa Cigar
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April 14: Latin American Music: Student
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West Tampa Library

April 2: Roots Fest and Forum Our
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Ybor City Museum
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